The Financial Post reports on three lawsuits in Canadian courts against Canadian mining companies for violence and human rights violations at their mine sites around the world.
Summary of Guatemalan government contamination report; Death of a worker in a Goldcorp tunnel; Telesur news report: Fissure in earth by Goldcorp's mine threatens indigenous communities; Report on extent of Goldcorp's underground mines in San Miguel Ixtahuacan/ Sipakapa.
Canadian "Snowbird" Ethnocide Against Indigenous People in Honduras: Major Canadian tourism investor Randy Jorgensen, the "Porn King" according to Macleans magazine, leads the way
The Canadian 'Porn King' Randy Jorgensen "is by far the main developer in the area these days. His Life Vision Developments company is behind several residential projects marketed to Canadians: Alta Vista, New Palm Beach, Coroz Alta, and Campa Vista.
"Despite the risk of boring those who believe they are not affected by metal mining, I feel I have to keep raising the thorny issue of mining, in the crazy hope that we will wake up from our lethargy and do something about the pain and shame caused by this industry in Guatemala."
Two short film-interviews, about the forced "disappearance" of Ayotzinapa 43
another article from a downtown Toronto law firm, commenting on the precedent setting Hudbay Minerals/ CGN Lawsuits, and on the more recent Tahoe Resources Lawsuit. While Rights Action does not share the opinion of these lawyers that Canadian law is 'going extraterritorial', this article shows again the significant impact that these mining related struggles are having on Canada's long-entrenched impunity and immunity from legal liability for our corporations and investors.
Film made by the Nobel Women's Initiative, Nov. 29, 2014. Women Crossing the Line is a three part mini-documentary series.
Miss Honduras & Her Sister Shot Dead By Jealous Boyfriend" Globe & Mail censors underlying causes of Honduras' State sponsored repression, violence and impunity
The governments of the United States and Canada, and much of the media, refuse to fully acknowledge what is going on in Mexico. Our countries are the biggest economic, political and military partners of the Mexican 'Narco-State'.