Mr. Speaker, my director general has been negotiating directly with the village. It is in the range of around $200,000.
I am glad the member asked me this question because I think this is part and parcel of the negotiations.
As of now, the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake has issued a press release saying the Mohawk cemetery expansion is suspended at Ottawa's request. I am very pleased that the Mohawks have suspended their clearing operation at the cemetery as an indication of their good will of negotiating.
Again, as I have said, we do not create a crisis. Our party is committed to recognizing a problem, going in, dividing it up into its components and solving those components. This is good news for me.