Podcast
Image: Edwin DeMont, used with permission of the NOPE Campaign
Scott Neigh | Protecting a threatened ecosystem -- Scott Beaver and Chris Hunter talk about the NOPE Campaign against the proposed Cochrane Hill gold mine on the St. Mary's River in Nova Scotia.
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Ben Powless | Nine years ago, Mariano Abarca was killed for opposing a Canadian mining company. Now his family and supporters continue their fight for justice in Canada.
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Nahua Indigenous community of Zacualpan in Colima, Mexico in resistance to minin
Jennifer Moore | The Nahua Indigenous community of Zacualpan and their resistance to mining in Colima, Mexico.
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Photo: Council of Canadians
Ailish Morgan | The Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) and allies held a vigil at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's (PDAC) annual conference to declare that "Canadian Mining Kills."
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Photo: Council of Canadians blog
Brent Patterson | Vancouver-based Eldorado Gold has suspended work on its controversial Skouries mine after a year of confrontations with the Greek government that included permits being revoked and delayed.
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John Bonnar | On Tuesday, over 150 people rallied outside the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto where Barrick Gold held its AGM.
Columnists
Stephen Leahy | Marilyn Baptiste of the Xeni Gwet'in First Nation in British Columbia has won the prestigious $175,000 Goldman Prize for her five-year effort to prevent construction of the Prosperity mine.
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Ailish Morgan | The Council of Canadians joined activists from the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network to form a "welcoming committee" for delegates at the largest gathering of the mineral industry in the world.
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Brent Patterson | Five years ago this week, anti-mining activist Mariano Abarca Roblero was killed in Chiapas. He had blamed the Calgary-based mining company Blackfire Exploration for contaminated rivers and crops.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Beth Dollaga speaks about the Vancouver-based work of the Mining Justice Alliance against the global injustices endemic to Canada's mining industry.
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Leila Darwish | As the mining company and government make assurances about the safety and containment of the spill, distrust and concern amongst the local communities runs high.
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Harsha Walia | The mining industry is a key example of Canada's colonial and capitalist foundations, devastating the environment, dispossessing communities, and committing egregious human rights violations.