In response to Mulcair’s plan to ensure no woman in need is ever turned away from a shelter, Justin Trudeau’s deputy leader Ralph Goodale criticized the $40M commitment by saying “he simply cannot keep those promises.”
Yes, you missed it, that falls under the promised infrastructure spending on social housing and shelters and it will be paid for through deficit spending.
I missed it too when I searched their historic investment document. No mention of "shelter", "hostel", "safe", "women" .... the closest I could find is a vague reference to "social infrastructure", which focuses on "We will prioritize investment in affordable housing and seniors facilities, early learning and child care, and cultural or recreational infrastructure." Nothing there on services for abused women, though. Perhaps the Liberals will announce something. But, if they were, you would have thought that Goodale or Trudeau would have mentioned it when asked, rather than simply deriding the NDP's commitment by saying "they cannot keep those promises."