Mr. Arnold, if I have time, we are starting to see phase two of first nations becoming involved in economic development. Instead of investing as individual communities, they are starting to group together, which will allow the purchasing of higher equity amounts and larger businesses. This means the return on investment is larger and goes back to the community.
We are directly involved in the Atlantic area in discussions where 13 communities want to work together and purchase something together. I can't give any details, but we are starting to see bigger thoughts, which means bigger groups of communities working together going forward.