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| October 29, 2016
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Congo Week organizer calls on Canadians to show solidarity

October 28, 2016
| Canadian mining companies have $3 billion in assets in Congo. Maurice Carney says this means Canadians have a unique opportunity to support the nascent democracy movement there.
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| October 15, 2016
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| August 17, 2016
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EXTRACTION! Ad Astra's comic book journalism tackles mining justice

EXTRACTION! image from Ad Astra

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It's an old "analog" idea that's gaining new credibility in the digital age: comic book journalism. Ad Astra Comix is breathing new life into the genre as it prepares for its second publication, EXTRACTION! which examines what the company calls "the criminal activities of mining companies" in North America.

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| May 12, 2016
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Poetic documentary 'Koneline' brings B.C. mining into focus

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Canada's Nettie Wild has never shied away from tough topics -- from the Zapatista movement in Mexico (A Place Called Chiapas) to delving into the darkness of addiction in FIX: The Story of an Addicted City, the director has combed the social justice landscape.

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| March 8, 2016
| March 8, 2016
November 16, 2015 |
A new report reveals the dramatic extent of the militarized security strategy that Canadian-U.S. mining company Tahoe Resources developed to quash community opposition.
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