Certainly, the uranium mining industry is a big player in northern Saskatchewan. We're fortunate to have those great partnerships with the northern communities. We've been operating for more than 30 years.
I can give you what is a clear example, I hope, of the importance of both the uranium mining industry and the partnership back and forth. The Athabasca basin, which of course is in your riding, just yesterday started to open itself for business in Fond du Lac, Black Lake, Stony Rapids, etc., and already we're hearing from northern chiefs who want to have an open dialogue with us on what restarting Cigar Lake might look like. We don't have a firm timeline yet of when Cigar Lake will reopen for uranium mining, but it shows that those leaders, in their first day of carefully reopening their communities, want to speak with us about what that restart might look like.
It's gone a further step today, Gary, because now Prince Albert Grand Council wants to have a conversation with us about it. I think we're all partners in this together, but the biggest thing we want to look at is making sure that we protect these communities.