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Rachel Small | "We want justice. We want to repair the damage this company has caused in our country. We will not allow this case to move forward with impunity."
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| Here's how Canadians can get involved and help.
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| Anti-Chevron Committee Canada attended Zone d’Action pour le Climat (ZAC) in Paris.
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Raluca Bejan | The People's Climate Summit, an alternative response to COP21, took place in Montreuil, Paris. It was hosted by Coalition Climat 21, a network of over 130 civil society organizations.
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Jamie Kneen | Supreme Court ruling is an important step towards ending corporate impunity for destroying the environment and people’s health.
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José Tendetza
Jennifer Moore | José Tendetza did not have to die. The Canadian government was aware of the tensions that implicate a Vancouver-based mining corporation -- and could have acted.
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Pro Bono, Kirsten Iler | Controversy erupted amongst Canadian lawyers when the Canadian Bar Association decided to intervene in a long-running case brought against Chevron by Indigenous peoples in Ecuador. Here's why.
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various | The supposed “irony” of whistle-blower Edward Snowden seeking asylum in countries such as Ecuador and Venezuela has become a media meme.
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Stuart Trew | The Council of Canadians was one of 125 global movements and civil society groups to endorse this statement of solidarity with efforts in Latin America, to reform the investment arbitration system.
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Stuart Trew | While the Conservatives continue to sign bilateral investment treaties that give corporations the "right" to challenge policies, Latin American countries are working to change the system entirely.
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Lauren McCauley | President Rafael Correa handily won a third term as Ecuador's head of state Sunday in a landslide victory demonstrating a "clear mandate" for the continuation of his progressive economic polities.
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David Suzuki | As Arctic sea ice melts to record levels, the response from industry and governments is to try to get at the fossil fuels in the area. It doesn't make sense.