By Marcus Bankuti Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Federal politicians from non-ruling political parties are getting behind calls for a stronger response to Kanesatake’s environmental and public safety pleas as Liberal ministers appear to drag their feet over jurisdictional concerns. However, the oft-cited complexity of the situation is no excuse for inaction, said Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party and member of Parliament (MP) for Saanich_Gulf Islands, in an interview with The Eastern Door. “If you just stop feeling paralyzed and look at it for a moment and think, would this be allowed in any settler culture, much less a wealthy white community, anywhere in Canada? And the answer is no. It would not be tolerated,” she said. May added that while she believes Crown-Indigenous Relations minister Marc Miller and
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