When you look historically, you'll see there are many factors that could influence the use of vote 10. One of them is if there are more initiatives being pursued that have horizontality in them, in the sense that they touch many different departments, that is one thing that could actually lead to an augmentation in the volume through that vote.
Another thing is just the strategic nature of these from the position of the Government of Canada.
The third is that when you look at the budget items, arguably through the budget process there was an identification of a certain amount that would go with a certain department. That's why you're seeing a number of budget implementation votes with the same title but residing under different departmental pages. They know exactly how much should go to each department.
In this case, these are for horizontal initiatives where it's not clear precisely how much should reside with one department versus the other. There are a number of departments involved, and that's consistent with—