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  1. Persecuted for Defending their Right to Have Access to Drinking Water: The Case of the Canadian Oil Company Gran Tierra in the localities of Yopal and Aguazul

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  2. Canada’s Gran Colombia Gold files $700 million lawsuit against Colombia over Marmato project

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  3. Big Win for Colombian Community Against Canadian Mining Giant

    Español Français The Indigenous and Afro-Colombian community of Marmato won a major court victory in their 10-year fight against a massive Canadian gold mine. In February 2017, Colombia's Constitutional Court ruled in favor of the residents of Marmat (...)

  4. La Piedra- Information and analysis bulletin on extractivism here and in Colombia- December 2016

    between them. The “new final accord” comes after marathon negotiations in Havana and just weeks after (...)

  5. Colombian Mayors Granted Right of Veto Over Oil and Mining Projects

    surrounding the decision to grant exploitation rights in protected natural reserves. According to this new ... go ahead. (This new rule may even put an end to projects that are already underway). Until now, (...)

  6. The fight continues for the protection of the Sumapaz páramo

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  7. Justin Trudeau and the Sludge of Canadian Mining Companies

    his commitment to global issues. To do otherwise would be a colossal disappointment. New York Times- (...)

  8. Government not doing enough on violence near Canadian-owned mines: Report

    T he report, by the Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, documents 15 years of violence and death that happened near Canadian mines in Latin America. A new report that documents 15 years ... Harvard study. Imai said the data in the new report raises questions about the correlation between violent (...)

  9. The “Canada Brand”: Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America

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  10. Crude Gold, a series of short documentaries showcasing 5 pivotal cases of foreign-funded mining exploitation connected to Canadian investors

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