Call for imaginings

UPDATE: Submission deadline extended until April 16th! The world’s largest mining convention comes to Toronto each year, hosted by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC). This year, however, PDAC 2021 will move entirely online. But don’t… Read More

Una llamada para la imaginación

**Fecha limite extendida hasta el 16 de abril** La conferencia minera más grande del mundo llega cada año a Toronto, Canadá y está organizada por la “Association Canadiense de Prospectores y Desarrolladores” (PDAC). Este año, la conferencia se… Read More

Mining in the time of COVID-19

Hello friends,  We hope you’re doing as well as possible during these times of both incredible difficulty and powerful global uprising. Many of you, like us, may be spending a lot of time figuring out what effective activism… 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

UPCOMING EVENT: New Hudbay Minerals Documentary! Film Premiere + Q&A with the Director

When: Tuesday, May 24th, at 7pm  Where: The Royal Cinema, 608 College St., Toronto . Facebook event here. . The Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) and Save the Scenic Santa Ritas are thrilled to present the Toronto premiere of a new film chronicling the impacts… Read More

UPDATE: “They Want Us to Forget” MISN Hosts Event to Honour Lives Lost to Canada’s Resource Wars

On November 11, over 125 people attended an alternative Remembrance Day event at Friends House organized by the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) to honour the lives lost and condemn the ongoing violence and criminalization of communities impacted… Read More

Top 5 Reasons to Put Mining Injustice on the Foreign Policy Agenda

Tonight, September 28, Canada’s first-ever foreign policy election debate will be held at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto, with Harper, Trudeau, and Mulcair in attendance. Here are just a few reasons why mining injustice should be on the agenda for this debate,… Read More

TAKE ACTION: Tweets to put #MiningInjustice on the Foreign Policy Agenda

Want to bring attention to mining injustice and the need for policy makers to act to end corporate impunity abroad? We’ve made it easy for you! Just cut and paste these pre-made tweets into your twitter feed as… Read More

UPDATE: United Against Hudbay: a protest at Hudbay’s shareholder meeting

From Guatemala to Manitoba, from Arizona to Peru, Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities are mobilizing to seek justice and reparations for the crimes, violations and harms carried out by Hudbay Minerals, for the acts of colonization carried out by… Read More

UPDATE: HudBay Minerals Hurts Us All

From Guatemala to Manitoba, from Arizona to Peru, Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities are mobilizing to seek justice and reparations for the crimes, violations and harms carried out by Hudbay Minerals, and are organizing in defense of their land… Read More