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In pictures: The women of Stephen Harper's new cabinet

The number of women in the federal cabinet has increased to 12 in a cabinet of 39 people, though none of them were given top economic jobs or high-profile roles like Defence or Foreign Affairs

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Shelly Glover is the Heritage Minister.

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Kellie Leitch is the Labour Minister and minister for the status of women.

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Rona Ambrose is the Health Minister.

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Leona Aglukkaq is the Environment Minister, minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency and minister for the Arctic Council.

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Kerry-Lynne Findlay is the Revenue Minister.

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Diane Finley is the Public Works Minister.

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Lisa Raitt is the Transport Minister.

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Gail Shea is the Fisheries Minister.

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Candice Bergen is the minister of state for social development.

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Michelle Rempel is the minister of state for Western economic diversification.

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Lynne Yelich is the minister of state for foreign affairs.

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Alice Wong is the minister of state for seniors.

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