I will answer.
Many measures aimed at women have been taken. For the first time, the budget contains a specific analysis on the impact on women, but I will leave that to the Department of Finance.
When it comes to Employment and Social Development Canada, there are, of course, the child benefits. Minister Duclos talked about that a bit. There is also what we just talked about. We have also talked about early childhood development, learning and care. There are some measures related to employment insurance. There are also benefits for seniors, and we have increased those for people who are living alone. Normally, a large proportion of those individuals are women. We are talking about an increase of $947 a year. There are measures for the homeless. Money is set aside in Budget 2017 for that.
Ms. Sterling, perhaps you would like to add something.