The Canoe-Creek case study was very helpful to me. The joint venture really underscored the benefits of a limited partnership for First Nations (reduced technical and financial pressures on limited resources). Such arrangements are not currently in vogue in Yukon because most of our First Nations would prefer to own. While full ownership is in keeping with the principles of self-determination enshrined in the Final Agreements, resource availability and capacity to take on new projects is probably limited, and experience with such projects is limited here. A joint venture model would enable First Nations to benefit from distributed generation while reducing their investment requirements.