It was in the range of $6 billion a year. If you put that in context of a $2.3-trillion economy, it did provide a boost to growth in early 2016—like a fiscal impulse in 2016 and 2017. It was well timed. The economy was weak coming off a hangover from the global oil price shock, so just in that context, it was well timed. I think other people—the Bank of Canada and other economists who analyze the Canadian economy—would say the same thing.
I guess more broadly from a structural perspective, it is supporting Canadian families. I don't know if I can hand this off to Nicholas just in terms of the kind of income boost it has provided to Canadian families.