Thank you for your questions.
With regard to the prioritization framework, we work, really, to keep the projects on the list. We really want to work with first nations. It is their priorities, their ranking as well. It comes aggregated so that we are able to provide some of the funding.
With regard to the riding that you represent, more recently there's going to be a significant project with Kingsclear First Nation as well. In that project specifically, we've been talking, through the region headquarters, with the first nation. We want to make projects that are relevant.
To your second point on capacity development, actually, of all the roughly 4,000 projects that have been delivered over the past few years, almost 1,000 are in capacity or training development. The idea right now is that we want to not only build the infrastructure but build it with first nations, develop capacity in the first nation so that they're able to maintain their infrastructure, and also maybe get jobs out of it.
I don't know if that answers your question.