It's an excellent question.
Many of us work very closely with our partners on the ground in communities. I think the thing that we are most proud of at WAGE is that in anything we've been doing over the last few years, we've been doing in consultation with our stakeholders.
We have an ongoing program at the department to support projects in advancing women's economic security, safety and leadership. The minister talked very passionately about building the capacity of women's organizations on the ground. There was $100 million announced in budget 2018 to continue that work, and there have been announcements of over 250 organizations receiving support to build their capacity to do the work they need to do to establish themselves and to continue to do the work supporting services and the women who come into their centres.
Budget 2019 spoke about and provided $160 million to continue that work and to continue to support the women's programs specifically. That funding will be rolled out in the coming years to allow that to continue to happen on the ground.