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

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

URGENT ACTION: HELP PUT MINING JUSTICE ON THE FOREIGN POLICY AGENDA

HELP PUT MINING JUSTICE ON THE FOREIGN POLICY AGENDA (event + social media campaign) On September 28th, the first-ever foreign policy election debate will be held at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto. If it wasn’t being hosted by… 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: Standing with Clyde River Inuit: Rally at the Courthouse

UPDATE: Community resistance has resulted in a temporary win! Click here for more information. The Inuit community of Clyde River are trying to use the court system to stop offshore oil and gas exploration in Baffin Bay and… Read More

News: Hudbay Minerals Former Head of Security On Trial for Mining-Related Murder, Shooting-Paralyzing

As precedent-setting civil lawsuits continue in Canada against Hudbay Minerals and CGN (Hudbay’s former subsidiary in Guatemala), the criminal trial against Hudbay/CGN’s former security chief, Mynor Padilla, for a murder and shooting-woundings at Hudbay’s then mine site in… Read More

News: Criminal Trial Against Former Head of Hudbay Minerals-CGN Security is Delayed

Puerto Barrios, Guatemala – Indigenous Maya Q’eqchi’ victims of a September 2009 violent attack outside a then-Canadian owned nickel mine were once again disheartened when it was announced today that the criminal trial of Mynor Padilla, former head… Read More

Press Release: ‘Open for Justice’ Tour

‘On the Road for Justice’ Speaking Tour to Bring Attention to Guatemala Mining Conflict, Need for Remedy in Canada Wednesday, March 12, 2014 (Ottawa) How is it that when community leaders wrongfully targeted in the wake of violence… Read More