Well, I never like to challenge people without having absolute certainty of the answer. What I can tell you is that all of the things you just said are accurate.
Our main goal with the Canada child benefit was to significantly improve the outcomes for Canadian families, in particular for families in a lower-income or middle-class situation, and that we've done, raising 300,000 children out of poverty. It was also, as you said, to focus our efforts on families that really need it.
My family, previous to our decision, was getting the universal Canada child benefit, and we're not now. I think that is wholly appropriate, because we were able to take the money being used in sending out those cheques and give it to families that were in a greater position of need.
We also, in taking the approach we took, made sure that those payments were not taxable so that when people see the cheque, can really understand what they're getting and put it to use for their families.
I think it's made an enormous difference. We're hearing the differences. You're probably hearing them in your constituency office like I am. Across the country, we're hearing that the rolls are down in drop-in centres and places where struggling families would go to get support, which is an extremely positive thing for those families and for our country.