Thank you for that question.
That agreement does include accountability measures, not only financially, in the area of annual audit functions, but also in terms of accountability measures on what population health indicators we're dealing with and targeted investments related to the challenges in population health. The accountability goes beyond just the dollars, but rather how we improve better health outcomes based on the health of first nations in that jurisdiction.
Through the signing of the agreement, we're promoting a better model of health services to integrate that. It integrates with provinces collectively for before hospital care and hospital care, because the provinces deliver provincial hospital care. So it's a better integration of that.
When we signed the agreement in October, we agreed to provide resources. As I said, the first nations health authority will organize a governance structure with principles that are legally binding. There are a number of provisions, again, for accountability of the board—they will need to meet, health outcomes, financial pieces. So the accountability measure is quite broad. But again, it’s the first of its kind in health, not just this agreement but with any agreement in Canada. This is the most focused in all aspects of delivering health, not just the financial piece of it.