In the minutes following the derailment, we reached out immediately to the mayor as well as the federal and provincial MP and MPP to inform them that there had been a derailment. We then, very quickly, deployed a communication group up there to work with the operating people. We're still there today, as we're speaking. We have daily information sessions with the citizens of Gogama to inform them of what we're doing on the cleanup side.
There has been a very intense outreach to make sure the citizens were in the know and not just relying on the local elected officials including the first nations community that is up there, as you know, a very active community. We informed them what we were doing on the derailment itself and how we were cleaning up.
Regarding the environmental impact, fish and wildlife, as we go toward the future, we ensure that they are part of our decisions as we go forward to make sure we do leave the site in a very pristine state in light of what's going on. There is a full outreach to the community and a lot of information back and forth.