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Goldcorp found guilty by People's Tribunal on mining impacts

Many impacted communities testified at the People's Tribunal. (Photo: Allan Liss
Many impacted communities testified at the People's Tribunal held earlier this month in Guatemala.

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Women in Guatemala oppose Canadian mines

Crisanta Hernandez, at her home in Ágel, showing the cracks in her walls she believes were caused by mining activity in the area. Photo: Ruth Warner
The Nobel Women's Initiative records testimonies from Guatemala women who have been affected by mining.

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Blood Money at UVic? Film & Panel on Goldcorp

Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm


UVic, B150 Bob Wright Ctr (inside ring rd, south of SUB) Victoria, BC
48° 25' 42.3156" N, 123° 21' 56.3184" W

In February, UVic’s School of Business accepted $500,000 from Goldcorp. Goldcorp is alleged to be a serious abuser of human and indigenous rights. Find out more at this panel and film screening, and help form a student/faculty/staff/community coalition to change UVic donation/investment practices.

Film: "The Business of Gold" in Guatemala (50 minutes) documents the resistance of the Mayan-Mam people of San Miguel Ixtahuacan against Canadian mining company Goldcorp Inc.

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