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How can a Canadian mining company sue El Salvador for $301 million?

Photo: Mining Justice Solidarity Network

Friday morning, a delegation of anti-mining activists, along with one in a kangaroo costume, made a visit to the Toronto office of Industry Canada and the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development. 

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