This issue is odd here. I'm emphatically pro-choice; I do see the problem in terms of limited access in NB, in that the service (abortion) is only offered in 2 urban regions (Moncton, and Bathurst).
The clinic in question is in Fredericton which is about 150km from Moncton.
For an adult, with a car, the distance isn't an unreasonable one to travel for such a service; of course, for a young woman without such, that could prove to be an enormous obstacle.
There are women in Ontario who face far larger distances to access services in remote parts of this province in particular.
If O'Toole or Trudeau want to make a real difference on this file, they should:
1) Fund universal, no-cost contraception.
2) Either allow no-prescription or consider allowing pharmacists to prescribe, so that access to a family doctor is not a barrier to contraception.
This would surely reduce the need for abortion services considerably, a good thing, I would hope, no matter one's politics.
That said, NB should probably fund the service in Fredericton, either in the local hospital or in a clinic; I don't see why that part matters, its access that matters.
Curiously, NB has no abortion services, so far as I'm aware in its largest city, Saint John.
A primer on abortion access across the country; in many provinces, its probably less than one would think: