In a letter of concern to the Ontario Securities Commission, an international coalition of civil society organizations called attention to misleading information by Belo Sun.
Changing public policy and mining practices to ensure the health of individuals, communities and ecosystems.
A new report highlights risks to the health and safety of communities and the environment from 12 B.C. mines -- the "Dirty Dozen."
Seven organizations, including MiningWatch Canada, sent a letter to the President & CEO and Director of Goldex Resources about recent claims of illegal mining in southern Guatemala.
The Federal Court heard a case alleging the Canadian government is improperly withholding information about its diplomatic interventions on behalf of Canadian company accused of human rights abuses.
SkeenaWild and the BC Mining Law Reform network released a new map pointing to 100+ known and potentially contaminated mine waste sites that threaten to pollute waters, fish habitat, and communities.
It has been more than 83 days since the Ejido of Carrizalillo shut down Equinox Gold's Los Filos mine in Guerrero, Mexico. This is the longest-running strike since the mine started operating in 2007.
The Quebec government is spending $90M over the next five years to develop minerals used in technology for electric vehicles, among other things.
The Responsible Mineral Index 2020 concludes that "even the best mining companies" still fail to meet society's expectations to protect human rights and the environment.
The Ejido of Carrizalillo shut down the Los Filos gold mine in Guerrero, Mexico for the second time in two weeks.
Many organizations from Ecuador released a public statement regarding a letter sent by Canadian company INV Metals to the Cantonal Council of the municipality of Cuenca.