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Adam Bemma | As civil society actors meet on Parliament Hill in Ottawa today for a human rights conference, jhr Montreal correspondent Adam Bemma speaks to Jen Moore from MiningWatch Canada.
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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
Kara Andrade and Ruth Warner | We're in Guatemala as part of a larger fact-finding mission by the Nobel Women's Initiative to record first-hand testimonies from women who say their lives have been changed dramatically by mining.
Blog
Council of Canadians | In the midst of a major mining conference in Toronto known as PDAC 2012, a new report sheds light on controversial projects in Chile involving Canadian mining companies.
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Canadian-backed Honduran Coup d'Etat
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Grahame Russell of Rights Action on the environmental destruction, indigenous dispossession and human rights violations by Canadian mining companies operating in South America.
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Carlos Amador, from Guatemala, challenged Goldcorp executives inside the meeting, thanks to proxy shareholder votes. Photo: David P. Ball
| A jubilant and diverse crowd of more than 200 -- with some participants festooned in gold glitter -- pushed its way into the Pan Pacific Convention Centre, where the Goldcorp AGM was taking place.
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Redeye
Peter Driftmier | Redeye recorded a panel discussion addressing the role of Canadian mining companies around the world. The event was organized in response to a donation by Goldcorp to SFU.
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Redeye
Peter Driftmier | Redeye recorded a panel discussion addressing the role of Canadian mining companies in Latin America, the Caribbean and beyond. The event was organized in response to a donation by Goldcorp to SFU.
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Manuel Schulte | Student and union activist Jennifer Scott talks with Redeye about opposition on campus and in the Downtown Eastside to a $10 million donation from Goldcorp.