We have explained the meaning of a Core Treaty before in communications materials. You should look at those materials as well. We might stop using term Core Treaty because it is confusing to people. It basically means that we are removing details from the treaty language that don’t need to be there and we are putting that detail in appendices or side agreements. This is intended to make the treaty more understandable by including only those matters that are important to be protected by the Constitution of Canada. A Core Treaty removes unnecessary process and detail. For example, right now we have a Ratification Chapter in the draft K’ómoks Treaty. Because we ratify the treaty well before it comes into effect, or before it becomes law, we do not need to have that chapter in the treaty – it can be in a side agreement.