troubleshooting Question

Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<IRole>'

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We have this class defined:

namespace VU.Business.Entities
{
    public class KuDbRoleProvider : IRoleProvider
    {
        public KuDbRoleProvider();

        public IEnumerable<IRole> GetDefaultRoles();
        public IRole GetRoleByName(string roleName);
        public IRole New(string roleName);
        public IEnumerable<IRole> RetrieveAllRoles();
    }
}

And in another class I'm trying to implement and call the RetrieveAllRoles() and put it into some sort of collection which I tried making an array:

    class KURoleProvider : RoleProviderBase
    {
        public override Configuration.Roles.Role[] GetRoles()
        {
           
            KuDbRoleProvider roleProvider;
            BusinessInterfaces.Security.IRole[] kuRoles;
            kuRoles = roleProvider.RetrieveAllRoles();
....

I can't figure out how to get this working.  Here is my error:

 Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<BusinessInterfaces.Security.IRole>' to 'BusinessInterfaces.Security.IRole'. An explicit conversion exists (are you missing a cast?)
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