#DisruptPDAC: A Reportback from PDAC 2022
#DisruptPDAC: A Reportback from PDAC 2022
The world’s biggest mining convention hit Toronto on June 13 2022. MISN and our allies were there to push back and resist the industry’s attempts to greenwash its colonial and capitalist destruction like never before. A huge thank you to everyone who helped us shut down Front St. and take over the entrance to #PDAC2022,
Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Targeted, We Must Escalate Our Organizing
Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Targeted, We Must Escalate Our Organizing
In a bizarre series of events, an anti-racist, immigrant rights organizer was charged yesterday by CP Rail Police in Toronto on an open warrant related to a Wet’suwet’en solidarity action that took place seven months ago in November 2021. 
#DisruptPDAC: Call out greenwashing at the world’s biggest mining convention
#DisruptPDAC: Call out greenwashing at the world’s biggest mining convention
The world’s biggest mining convention is coming to Toronto and the industry is greenwashing its colonial and capitalist destruction like never before.
Statement: PDAC cancelled, but health and safety concerns in the mining industry continue
Statement: PDAC cancelled, but health and safety concerns in the mining industry continue
The Prospectors and Developers of Canada’s annual convention (PDAC) announced that they are rescheduling their convention in the interest of public health and safety. While we support any moves away from hosting large gatherings at this time, we question whether the mining industry can truthfully position itself as prioritizing health and safety, both during this
Solidarity Statement: From Wet’suwet’en to Tkaronto We Demand an End to the Criminalization of Indigenous Land Defenders
Solidarity Statement: From Wet’suwet’en to Tkaronto We Demand an End to the Criminalization of Indigenous Land Defenders
Indigenous Land Defender, Vanessa Gray, was targeted at her home by Toronto Police Services who charged her in connection to a solidarity action in Toronto attended by hundreds of people on November 21st in response to a violent raid on Wet’suwet’en Territory. Vanessa has been released with conditions, but her targeted arrest must be condemned. 
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About us

The Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) is a Toronto-based activist group that organizes to draw attention to and resist the negligent practices of Canadian mining companies, who comprise over 75% of mining businesses worldwide.

What are we up to?

We:  Educate… the Canadian public on mining injustices in Canada and around the world. Advocate… for stronger community control of mining practices, and in support of self-determination in mining-affected areas. Agitate… against corporate impunity and in support of substantive regulatory change.

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There are so many ways, big and small, for you to resist mining injustice and/or support the work of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network. Here are some, just to get you started.

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