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  1. Canadian Greystar: Water Inspires Strange Bedfellows

    that application to bring in a new one for a redesigned, underground mine. The short-lived but significant victory ... their anti-mining campaign through water’s unifying lens. The coalition started growing and taking a new shape when (...)

  2. Páramos free of large-scale mining: an obligation of the Colombian authorities

    This statement from the Colombian Network Against Large Scale Transnational Mining, RECLAME, follows Greystar Resources's decision to withdraw its request for an environmental permit for its Angostura project in the Colombian páramos of Santurbán. (...)

  3. Lessons from Santurbán: Canadian mining company Greystar's project in Santander

    This clearly demonstrates the possibility of new forms of resistance and social expression in the country. (...)

  4. To all communities affected by Canadian mining operations:

    on it despite claiming to support itsaims. We are also very disappointed that several New Democratic Party ... New Guinea, and Guatemala, to name a few. Based on the work of the UN Special Representative (...)

  5. A Canadian Company Is Destroying the Environment and the Water In Colombia

    new methods can be subjected to rigorous peer review and shown to remedy these problems. Regulators (...)

  6. Failure to control Canadian mining firms condemned

    New Gold Inc. The letter has also been sent to other affected international communities through (...)

  7. The Ultimate Dream of a Multinational: To Have an Army at its Service

    The fact that communities around the world protest oil exploitation for the damages it produces is nothing new. But through a grotesque misuse of power, the multinational corporation Emerald Energy has successfully dictated the overruling of a Security Council decision that led to the re-incarceration of several (...)

  8. Canadian Companies Out For Colombian Oil

    International Petroleum Corporation (IPC)—then a subsidiary of Standard Oil of New Jersey—owned Tropical Oil ... Tropical, even though they shared a parent company. These shenanigans earned Andian National a new concession, and the company established its new head office in Canada until the 1970s. A new free trade (...)

  9. Protests against Gran Tierra Resources met with repression as Parliament prepares to sign Free Trade Agreement

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  10. The victims of violence in Colombia are asking the Canadian Parliament not to ratify the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Colombia

    these public forces: big landowners, national and international capital, drug traffickers and a new political ... confessed their crimes or have refused to join the new generation of paramilitaries has allowed the murder ... the "new" paramilitary groups were able to reconstitute as a force of about 11 000 armed members.- (...)

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