A year ago, Canadians gave Justin Trudeau's Liberals a majority on the basis of a long list of ambitious promises.
In its first year, the new government fulfilled at least some of those promises.
It set up an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous girls and women, for instance.
But the Liberals have yet to do much about the big First Nations files, including education, health, infrastructure on reserves (including clean water) and control of natural resources.
In large measure, that seems to be the pattern.
The Trudeau Liberals have good intentions, but, so far, they have mostly harvested only the low-hanging fruit.
The hard stuff, the really tough challenges, are still out there.