Yes, I would think so. In the north, it's a bit different because the RCMP is the only law enforcement around. A lot of times some of the remote communities are left unpoliced. They don't have any officers. They don't have any police they can rely on. The community safety initiatives like this are where I see that these kinds of programs can help to offset that.
One of the things with the RCMP in terms of its policies.... I really feel that being stationed in the community for three years and then having to leave.... People get used to some of these officers. We just get them to a point where we would like to keep them, and then they leave and—