UPDATE: Evict Imperial: Stand With Secwepemc Women Warriors Society!

April 29th is a national day of action called for by Secwepemc Women Warriors Society to demand the eviction of Imperial Metals and to stop the reopening of the Mount Polley Mine. Last August, Imperial Metals dumped 14.5… Read More

UPDATE: Confront Barrick Gold

Every year, Barrick Gold gathers with their major shareholders and board of directors at their Annual General Meeting in downtown Toronto. This year, just like every year, we gathered on April 28th, 2015 to support campaigns for justice,… Read More

STATEMENT: Mining and the Armed Conflict in Colombia

Today, a vigil was held at the Colombian consulate for the victims of the armed conflict in Colombia. The following statement was read by a representative of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network in solidarity with those resisting Canadian… Read More

UPDATE: Spring into Action + Peak Launch Party

Every year, as Canadian mining companies hold their shareholder meetings here in Toronto, we SPRING INTO ACTION with protests, street theatre, art attacks, films screenings, workshops (and more!) to educate, advocate, and agitate in solidarity with communities around… Read More

UPDATE: Get to Know Pan Am… the Displacement Behind the Spectacle

On March 7th, 2015, MISN hosted a world cafe discussion event on the upcoming Pan American Games. The event description read: “Not sure what the Pan Am games are? Not sure why you might organize around them? Not… Read More

UPDATE: PDAC Spoofed: It’s funny because it’s absurd; it’s tragic because it’s true

Today at the world’s largest mineral event, members of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) were out in force, welcoming attendees of the Prospectors and Developers Association Convention (PDAC)  to the “World’s largest corporate colonial supervillain convention”. In… Read More

Update: Mining Companies Have Been Very Bad This Year…

On Wednesday, December 10, carollers dressed in Santa suits walked through the financial district singing altered Christmas songs as they delivered a guilty verdict and lumps of coal to Toronto-based mining companies GoldCorp, Barrick Gold and Excellon Resources…. Read More

Update: ‘On the Road for Justice’ Videos are Online!

As part of a cross-Canada speaking tour, community leaders from Guatemala provided a first-hand account of the situation around Tahoe’s Escobal mine, located in southeastern Guatemala. This is a true story of Canadian-sponsored abuses; Guatemalans and Canadians are… Read More

Upcoming Event: Building Solidarity with Hondurans, Exposing Oppressive Canadian Investment

Feb 21, 2014 – 7 – 9pm Beit Zatoun – 612 Markham St Light refreshments served Join us for a night of discussion, reflection and video screening  about Canada’s role in the current social, political and human rights… Read More

Update: Radio Interview about Upcoming ‘Building Solidarity with Hondurans’ Event

MISN member Monica Gutierrez was interviewed by Merle Davis from York University’s OPIRG about MISN’s upcoming “Building solidarity with Hondurans” event, and about the oppressive role of Canadian investment in the country. The interview touches on the recently… Read More