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

The verdict is in! Solidarity rally against corporate bullying!

We’ve been waiting seven years for this day to come! The results are finally being released THIS FRIDAY from a never-ending David-and-Goliath “trial” – Canadian-Australian mining company OceanaGold versus an entire country standing its ground against corporate bullying!… 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

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: 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

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

Upcoming Event: Honouring our Waters

Water is increasingly becoming commodified, corporations seek to privatize water, extractive industries exploit water in their pursuit of profit, and governments actively sell the rights to water. Communities are seeing the devastating effects of the commodification of water…. Read More

Challenging Corporate Power and their “Free Trade” Agenda With Solidarity: Report Back From Fact-Finding Delegation on Gold Mining in El Salvador

Date: Friday, June 21, 2013 – 6:30pm Location: University of Toronto Campus-OISE 252 Bloor St W – Room 5160 Toronto, ON Join us for a discussion on the struggle to defend water and life itself against the threat… Read More