In a video released by MiningWatch Canada, women living in villages around Barrick Gold’s North Mara mine in Tanzania speak out publicly for the first time about the sexual violence they suffered.
If it had to justify its existence beyond making money for capitalists, Barrick Gold would have ceased to exist.
Canada's most influential global studies program is the brainchild of a mining magnet with a significant personal stake in a particular foreign policy.
Politicians have agreed to a debate on foreign policy sponsored by an organization named after and financed by one of Canada's richest and most right-wing capitalists.
On Tuesday, over 150 people rallied outside the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto where Barrick Gold held its AGM.
John Baird quit to cash in the relationships he made with foreign leaders and dictators. Pretty gross.
Former foreign affairs minister John Baird is now a member of the international advisory board for the mining giant Barrick Gold. What type of "expertise" will Mr. Baird be bringing to Barrick Gold?
CRA witchhunts? How far is the Prime Minister willing to go to suppress dissent?
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Over 150 people participated in a protest against Barrick Gold outside the company's annual general meeting on Wednesday.
Follow that money! Barrick Gold's retiring chairman Peter Munk has pumped millions into support for the unfettered free market. Too bad the media won't follow this money.