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Kate Klein | This week, keynote speakers at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) mining convention found themselves persistently drowned out by the sound of jackhammers.
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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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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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Liam Barrington-Bush, Jen Wilton | A ruling made on Monday by Supreme Court of Ontario Justice Carole Brown means that a legal case brought by 13 Mayan Q'eqchi' against Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals can now proceed to trial.
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This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week.
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Photos taken near San Sebastian Mine by Raul Burbano.
Raul Burbano | From May 10-12 close to 50 delegates from four continents gathered in San Salvador to take part in an international fact-finding mission. They report back Friday in Toronto.
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Greek activists outside Eldorado's Vancouver headquarters May 31.
David P. Ball | Villagers in Greece sent delegates to visit Canada last week, ratcheting up their fight against a Vancouver-based firm they say is destroying their region.
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Sakura Saunders | Barrick Gold and 'Corporate Social Responsibility'? Not so much. Watch CEO Jamie Sokalsky get called out.
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Meera Karunananthan | On International Women's Day, a coalition of Filipino women's groups held a flash mob against corporate mining.
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various | Lolita Chávez says it is love of life that motivates her to risk her own as an outspoken Maya K'iche' activist against racism, mining, and hydroelectric project developments in Guatemala.
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The Blackberry 10. (Photo: Martin uit Utrecht / flickr)
John Lewis, Jim Davis | In all the hype there is one important question that has not been asked: can RIM assure customers that its products are free of conflict minerals?
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Liam Barrington-Bush | Nearly 500 activists met in Mexico last weekend to support a growing tide of resistance to the human and environmental impacts of the extractive industries in the region.