The Minister of Public Safety and, I believe, the Minister of Justice both convene a group of their counterparts at the provincial level. That's supported by a group at the deputy minister level. In both those forums we've had a chance to brief them on the counter-terrorism strategy as it was being written as well as the final product.
The challenge going forward is working more with the provinces on certain aspects of the strategy and what kinds of things we want to prioritize, given that their agenda, when they meet, is quite long. Countering violent extremism is an issue that we're quite keen to work on with the provinces, because that gets into issues of more provincial and municipal jurisdictions around front-line workers. It's very similar to countering gangs, working with new immigrant communities that could be isolated, and so on. There's an obvious very good fit there and an obvious need of their support to move this forward.