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Ms. Ambrose declined to explain her decision on Thursday, even as groups including the Canadian Women s Health Network and the Quebec Women s Federation said her vote was incompatible with her role as Minister for the Status of Women, according to Globe and Mail. Ms. Ambrose responded to a question in the House of Commons about her decision by touting government funding for projects meant to empower women and address violence. This government has an incredible track record of standing up for Canadian women and girls, she said and video: Tory MP concedes anti-abortion bill lacks support It s incredulous to us that she should be in this position when she voted against reproductive rights, which are one of the cornerstones of women s safety, said Janet Currie, a board member of the Canadian Women s Health Network. She should not be in the position if she actually believes what she voted for. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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