It's like a poverty. There were close to a million Canadians lifted out of poverty, according to Statistics Canada, because of the Canada child benefit. Obviously, when people are not living in poverty, it's good for the economy, but there are very good social effects, for example the savings in our health system. A number of economists have said that if we really want to tackle issues in our health care system, some of the financial challenges that we have, then let's make sure we're doing everything we can to address poverty issues.
A program like the Canada child benefit, by lifting people out of poverty to the extent that it has, has a huge impact in so many different areas. Is that a fair statement?