When you talk about involvement with first nations communities, the energy sector has been a big part of our first nations, and we can have that balance between economic development and the environment.
There was some mention of job creation. In the last 18 months, the Indian Resource Council has created over 400 jobs, which include not only reclamation—well activity and cleaning up over 1,800 wells in the province of Alberta—but careers. It has created careers in looking at alternative energy.
When we talk about poverty, we talk about this just transition, and we need to ensure this for those first nations that are going to be the most greatly impacted by any fluctuation in energy prices. When we do these increases and the investment in alternative energies and those activities that are happening, where are we going to get these dollars for a family that's living on social assistance and that doesn't have activity in their nation? We're not sitting there in a major centre, and we need to be mindful of that when we're talking about these just transitions.