On August 19, the Abarca family held a press conference to mark the 10th anniversary of the murder of Mariano Abarca over his opposition to Canadian mining operations in Mexico
Sep 03, 2019
It may not be the wild west of years past, but the relationship between government and entities it should be regulating remains uncomfortably collegial
Now that he has been eulogized, the question has to be asked: who benefits and who pays for the late Barrick Gold founder's mining wealth?
Canada’s 12-year military presence in Afghanistan ended in 2014, and even though al Qaeda continues to be a force, Canadian mining interest is back on the radar
A petition filed with public sector integrity commissioner alleges diplomats at the Canadian embassy in Mexico City intervened on behalf of Calgary mining company implicated in the murder of activist Mariano Abarca
The first of three precedent-setting civil suits is being closely watched by a Canadian mining industry that has operated with relative impunity despite a history of human rights abuses abroad