In a historic move, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed 15 women to his 30-member cabinet, making it the country’s first gender-equal cabinet ever. Listed in alphabetical order, here they are.
Hon. Carolyn Bennett
Carolyn Bennett is the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs.
Hon. Marie-Claude Bibeau
Marie-Claude Bibeau is the Minister of International Development and La Francophonie.
Hon. Bardish Chagger
Bardish Chagger is the Minister of Small Business and Tourism.
Hon. Kirsty Duncan
Kirsty Duncan is the Minister of Science.
Hon. Judy Foote
Judy Foote is the Minister of Public Services and Procurement.
Hon. Chrystia Freeland
Chrystia Freeland is the Minister of International Trade.
Hon. Patricia Hajdu
Patricia Hajdu is the Minister of Status of Women.
Hon. Melanie Joly
Melanie Joly is the Minister of Canadian Heritage.
Hon. Diane Lebouthillier
Diane Lebouthillier is the Minister of National Revenue.
Hon. Catherine McKenna
Catherine McKenna is the Minister of Environment and Climate Change.
Hon. MaryAnn Mihychuk
MaryAnn Mihychuk is the Minister of Employment Workforce Development and Labour.
Hon. Maryam Monsef
Maryam Monsef is the Minister of Democratic Institutions.
Hon. Jane Philpott
Jane Philpott is the Minister of Health.
Hon. Carla Qualtrough
Carla Qualtrough is the Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities.
Hon. Jody Wilson Raybold
Jody Wilson Raybold is the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada.
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