Then another significant part of that would be $100 million over the period for innovation, innovation around early learning and child care, and then another $95 million is for better data to be able to assess the impact of the funding that would be provided. Then there's a further $100 million next year, and then I believe it's $130 million, and $130 million going out for the 10-year....for indigenous early learning and child care as well.
What we have been doing over the last while, initially, with the provinces and territories is discussing what an early learning and child care framework could look like and what the components are: quality care, availability, who the focus should be on, is it most in need, etc. That framework is being developed and is fairly close.
We would then agree with the provinces on this framework, and following that, there would be bilateral agreements that we would have with the provinces, and funds would be transferred. We would ensure also, working with the provinces and territories, that outcomes are achievable and that we are tracking outcomes for Canadians to ensure that's being done.