A filmmaker and an activist visit Peru. You’ll never believe why they were arrested!

This isn’t clickbait. This is real life. This is the Canadian mining industry. Last week two friends of MISN were arrested in Peru after showing a documentary exposing Hudbay Minerals’ track record of human rights and environmental abuses…. Read More

#DisruptPDAC

The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), organizes the world’s largest mining convention every year in Toronto in March and carries out lobbying efforts in favour of the Canadian mining industry throughout the rest of the year. They describe themself… Read More

Update: The verdict is in: Solidarity rally against corporate bullying!

Dozens of people gathered outside the office of Chrystia Freeland, Minister of International Trade, to demonstrate their solidarity with the people of El Salvador who have waited seven years for a World Bank tribunal decision in the controversial… Read More

UPCOMING EVENT: Oceana Gold, Stop the Bullying!

What: A rally to make some noise outside of OceanaGold’s Shareholder meeting! When: 1:30pm, Thursday June 9th Where: SE corner of York and Front – across from Fairmont Royal York, 100 Front St W, Toronto Facebook event:https://www.facebook.com/events/631645160322499/ Join us… Read More

UPDATE: MISN & Allies Post Tahoe Resources ‘Wanted’ Posters in Toronto, Nevada, and Vancouver

Over four hundred ‘wanted’ posters affixed to walls, posts, and newspaper boxes greeted Tahoe Resources shareholders on their way into the mining company’s 2016 shareholder meeting this morning. The posters highlight charges against various Tahoe employees, ranging from… Read More

UPDATE: BRINGING MINING INJUSTICE TO THE FOREIGN POLICY DEBATE

On September 28th Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau participated in the first-ever foreign policy election debate — hosted by the Munk Debates — at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto. If Peter Munk (the founder of the world’s largest gold… Read More

UPDATE: Stop the Suits, Close the (Kangaroo) Court!

On May 15th, 2015, MISN and allies carried out a public theatre action in anticipation of an imminent ruling from a little-known arbitration tribunal at the World Bank that could force El Salvador to pay Canadian-Australian mining firm OceanaGold US$301 million… Read More

UPDATE: No More Goldcorp, No More Murders

On April 30, 2015, the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network and the Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Network joined with over 50 marchers in Toronto’s Financial District to greet Goldcorp head executives and shareholders outside of Goldcorp Inc’s Shareholders Meeting held at… Read More

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: 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