First of all, I want to have them be able to correlate with us and to be able to include us at the table when anything is being done. It's been told in history that we've always been the problem. We know we've never been the problem. But you know what? We can be a solution to the problem. Without us being at the table, being there to support our women, our girls, our gender-diverse and the communities, it won't change. It won't change unless we're there.
We need dollars to be able to give support. We have our staff, but we're short-staffed in those areas. It's important that we have the dollars here as well so that we can do an effective, efficient job for our women, our girls and our gender-diverse—and Canada as a whole, because, after all, we are all treaty people.