Gary Lunn, the federal minister of natural resources who dismissed Keen, has already told the committee that she showed a "lack of leadership"Except that she was not allowed to take into account any other issue than nuclear safety - by law. A problem that the Government actually recognised - because it passed special legislation to restart a nuclear reactor that would not be permitted to operate had it been built now.
Lunn should now be removed from the front bench. The Government of Canada must offer her a full and complete apology, reinstate her, and pay her a significant sum in compensation. Anything less is shameful.