Yukon has a very, very active exploration program for oil and gas on the Eagle Plains north of my community of Dawson. It's just off the Dempster Highway. I believe the drilling will take place this fall and winter. They're looking for natural gas.
In the Kotaneelee in southeast Yukon, just south of Watson Lake in the east, there's another field that's actually tied into the grid. In addition to that, there are capped oil wells, which are stranded, north of Dawson City.
As for the forestry industry, we don't have a very good track record in that regard. A previous Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs gave a quota to a company in Watson Lake, which has very good stands of timber. It subsequently was overturned. It resulted in a major lawsuit. I believe the award granted was something like $65 million. I believe it's still under appeal. That federal Liberal minister is no longer. His officials in the Yukon kind of circumvented the whole process.
But we could have a very viable forestry industry.