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

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: New Documentary on Hudbay Minerals Premiered

On Tuesday, May 24th, 2016, MISN and Save the Scenic Santa Ritas were thrilled to present the Toronto premiere of a new film chronicling the impacts of – and powerful resistance to – Toronto-based company Hudbay Minerals’ mining operations in Guatemala,… Read More

Spring into Action 2016!

Click here for the full poster. We’re thrilled to announce our 4th annual Spring into Action! Every year, as Canadian mining companies hold their shareholder meetings here in Toronto, we Spring into Action  with protests, street theatre, art… Read More

UPDATE: Hudbay Minerals shareholders asked to donate their dividends

Toronto, Canada: Shareholders at Hudbay Minerals’ annual general meeting this morning were asked to donate their dividends to the legal fees of Angelica Choc and German Chub, who both allege violence on the part of Hudbay security personnel… 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: 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