The government submits another compliance report to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. In the submission, the government commits to invest up to $382 million to implement a broader application of Jordan's Principle, yet it continues to limit the principle's application to children living on reserve with a disability or short-term condition. Clarification is needed to understand: 1) what the funding announcement really means for children on the ground, 2) who the federal government is applying it to, and 3) how its proposed approach differs from the discriminatory approach it has used up until now.