Since the death of 14-year-old Burton Winters in February there has been an ongoing debate in the province over the use of military resources.
The Department of National Defence has said weather conditions were too poor to fly at the time the call for assistance was made in the Winters case.
But Dunderdale says that reason just isn't good enough.
She says the province's helicopter was able to fly two hours after the assistance call was made and the military could have at least attempted to join the search effort.
Dunderdale says it's one of the issues she wants to discuss in a requested meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
She says a meeting hasn't yet been finalized.