Yes, I do. I didn't get the translation from French to English, but I understand that we're talking about credit.
This is what my ancestors talked about in 1910:
We stand for the obtaining of a permanent and secure Title (to be acknowledged by the government as such) of our ownership of our present reservations, and of such lands as may be added thereto.
They also said they wanted to be able to compete on better terms with the whites in making a living. Unfortunately, we're still dealing with the remnants of the Indian Act that are preventing us, because of sections 87 and 89, from securitizing proper credits. That's why JP can't go to a bank and get a mortgage; it's because of those two sections of the Indian Act. We need our own title system so we ourselves can begin to stand up, and individuals can securitize their own mortgages, go to the banks, and therefore have secure title.
When post-COVID happens, individuals will be looking for the most secure title they have. Unfortunately, that won't be on Indian reserves.