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Trudeau appoints Canada’s first Ambassador for Women 

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Canada officially has an Ambassador for Women.

According to a government press release and the Canadian Press, Justin Trudeau has appointed Jacqueline O’Neill as the nation’s Ambassador for Women, Peace and Security.

The newly appointed Ambassador previously worked on “a number of related international bodies,” including creating gender policies for NATO, according to the Canadian Press.

She has served as a federal adviser on advancing peace and security for women.

Ms. O’Neil will reportedly focus on advancing the Trudeau government’s feminist foreign policy.

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