Mr. Chair, every year we allocate resources to different lines of business in order to meet priorities. For example, we've received funding to improve our processing times for spousal applications. On caregivers, it's really a function of prioritizing those applications. We are constantly moving work around the network so that we can prioritize it.
Partly it's also a question of level space. That has been a key driver in the caregivers case, in that we've increased the number of caregivers we had level space for every year so that we could bring in more. Rather than taking away from one area to add to another, it's actually allowed us to process more because we had the level space tabled in Parliament that allowed us to bring in more in any given year.