If you'll permit me, we were sworn in, in November 2019, when the minister was made a full Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth. We then got our mandate letters on December 13, and she was given the responsibility to lead the development of a national youth service, including the Canada Service Corps.
We then went about, behind the scenes, working with ESDC and PCO, in getting all the legal instruments in place. There are five of us—ministers—responsible for various aspects of ESDC. For example, the OIC you're talking about for Minister Chagger was on March 6; the OIC for Minister Hussen was on March 8, I believe—and we'd have to check that. Then we went about delegating various financial authorities within. Because of the way the law is around ESDC, there is one legal minister, but then I delegate to the other ministers. It's a legal construct, but we have been working from the beginning with our mandate letters and really staying in our lanes.