We would treat the employer as we would treat anyone else. There's an agreement that wherever the worker is injured, the laws of that province, regardless of whether or not the employer is federal, would take precedence. We require the same thing from the accident employer, the federal government in this case.
It's not been my experience that we fine the federal government for a lack of co-operation, whereas perhaps with other employers, small ones, we would. We still have the return-to-work meetings. We still do the case planning. We treat it as any other case.
We're involved in return-to-work planning with the federal government in those type of claims. Some of the ones I've witnessed have been quite significant. There are challenges, though, in dealing with those cases, with some of the intricacies of a collective agreement, or with the management of those cases with, I believe, Health Canada. There are some steps that are outside of our norms in reintegrating someone back to the workplace. There are different areas of Health Canada that have some jurisdictional parts to it.
However, our approach is the same. We just keep going and look for the same goal as long as we can.