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    Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights ...

    2010-10-19  Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights: Report. OTTAWA—Canadian mining companies are far and away the worst offenders in environmental, human rights and other abuses around the ...

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    Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights ...

    Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights: Report [Canada] Read more Canadian mining companies arethe worst offenders in environmental, human rights and other abuses around the world, according to a global study commissioned by an industry association [PDAC] but never made public. [

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    Canadian mining firms worst for environment and

    Canadian mining firms worst for environment and human rights Ottawa 24.10.2013 Les Whittington Bureau Translated by: Josefa López Canadian mining companies are far and away the worst offenders in environmental, human rights and other abuses around the world, according to a global study commissioned by an industry association but never made public. ...

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    Canadian Mining Firms Worst for Environment, Rights ...

    2010-10-20  Canadian Mining Firms Worst for Environment, Rights: Report – by Toronto Star Reporter Les Whittington. October 20, 2010 in Canadian/International Media Resource Articles, Corporate Social Responsibility, PDAC. Les Whittington is with the Ottawa Bureau of the Toronto Star, which has the largest circulation in Canada. The paper has an enormous ...

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    “Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights ...

    2015-4-23  “Canadian mining companies are far and away the worst offenders in environmental, human rights and other abuses around the world, according to a global study commissioned by an industry association but never made public.” is how the writer Les Whittington starts his article off. This made me curious that Canada would be the worst offenders to the environment, human rights and other abuses ...

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    Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights ...

    2010-10-25  According to a report by the Canadian Centre for the Study of Resource Conflict, Canadian mining companies are far and away the worst offenders in environmental, human rights and other abuses around the world. “Canadian companies

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    Ni Una Sola Mina: Canadian mining firms worst for ...

    2020-10-24  Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights: Report Published On Tue Oct 19 2010 Filipino field technicians work in Lafayette Mining's open pit multi-mineral mine at Rapu Rapu island in the central Philippines, 350 km (217 miles) south of Manila.

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    Canadian mining doing serious environmental harm,

    2014-5-14  Mining operations by Canadian firms across nine Latin American countries are causing "serious environmental impacts" by destroying glaciers, contaminating water and rivers, and cutting down forest ...

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    Canada's Most And Least Reputable Industries

    2017-5-4  The Reputation Institute’s RepTrak survey for 2017 found the hospitality and technology industries came out on top, while telecommunications had the worst reputation among industries in Canada.

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    Canadian mining companies overseas sfugeog322

    2012-3-26  Canadian mining companies, large and small, are very active in mining exploration and development across the planet, and particularly in the Global South. While most companies act responsibly, there are increasing concerns about the negative environmental and ethical (human rights) impacts associated with the overseas operations of some Canadian mining firms, particularly in

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    Mining Industry SJC Volunteer Blog

    Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights: Report Published October 25, 2010 Mining/ Exploitation minière/ Minería Leave a Comment Tags: bill c-300, Canada, Human rights, latin america, Mining Industry, social justice committe. According to a report by the Canadian Centre for the Study of Resource Conflict,

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    Canadian resource firms beset by predatory hedge

    2021-3-2  Canadian resource firms beset by predatory hedge funds ... Now Canadian mining company stocks trade at about 35% to the commodity index, Lynch said. ... “At its worst, naked shorting can be a ...

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    Canadian Mining Operations Around the World:

    2013-10-18  Canadian Mining Operations Around the World: Respecting People and the Environment Harmony Foundation of Canada 2013 Introduction The products of Canadian mining can be found in almost every aspect of our daily lives. Mineral resources are used in the manufacture of virtually every product we use at home, at work, in schools and for recreation.

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    The 10 Worst Corporate Lobbyists Canadian Centre

    2021-2-25  The Mining Industry Mining is a mucky old business, for sure, but the mining lobby can also play dirty in politics. The industry loves its filth. It even threatened to sue Canadian MP John McKay after he introduced a private member’s bill designed to clean up Canadian mining operations overseas.

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    A Canadian Problem Choc v. HudBay Minerals Inc.

    A Canadian Problem. Canada’s mining industry has a serious problem. Consider, for example, recent allegations of killings and rape in Tanzania, murders of anti-mining leaders in Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador, forced evictions and alleged gang rapes in Papua New Guinea, and alleged involvement in massacres in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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    Canadian mining's notorious reputation in the

    Canadian mining's notorious reputation in the Philippines not recognised back home Published by MAC on 2009-01-26 . A major investigative report asks why the misdeeds of Canadian mining companies in the Philippines haven't been adequately recognised in Canada itself, fearing the situation will not improve in the near future.

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    Accountability Across Borders: Mining in Guatemala and

    2014-10-3  mining equity.1In Toronto, there are more than “400 mining and exploration company offices, over 30 mining company head offices and several hundred mining suppliers, consulting firms. and service providers.”2Government statistics show that there are over 1,000 Canadian mining.

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    In the National Interest? Criminalization of Land and ...

    2021-2-18  In Ecuador, the role of the Canadian lobby to contain mining law reforms – and continued state dependency on the extractivist economic model – have contributed to a new wave of criminalization despite significant efforts in recent years to ensure greater protection for people and the environment. The Canadian Embassy lobbied hard against ...

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    Mine tailings dam failures major cause of

    Mine tailings dam failures major cause of environmental disasters: report. Between 2008-2017 it’s estimated that more than 340 people died, communities have been ravaged, property ruined, rivers ...

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    Canadian Mining Operations Around the World:

    2013-10-18  Canadian Mining Operations Around the World: Respecting People and the Environment Harmony Foundation of Canada 2013 Introduction The products of Canadian mining can be found in almost every aspect of our daily lives. Mineral resources are used in the manufacture of virtually every product we use at home, at work, in schools and for recreation.

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    A Canadian Problem Choc v. HudBay Minerals Inc.

    A Canadian Problem. Canada’s mining industry has a serious problem. Consider, for example, recent allegations of killings and rape in Tanzania, murders of anti-mining leaders in Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador, forced evictions and alleged gang rapes in Papua New Guinea, and alleged involvement in massacres in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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    Canada’s Enhanced Corporate Social Responsibility

    2014-10-23  Canada: A Strong Player in the Global Mining Industry. In 2013, Canadian-headquartered mining and exploration companies accounted for nearly 31% of global exploration expenditures. In 2013, over 50% of the world’s publically listed exploration and mining

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    Conference targets Canadian mining firms operating

    The Canadian government has yet to take action on regulating national mining firms on international territory. Bill C-300 was introduced into the House of Commons in 2009 and would have been a good first step at enforcing guidelines for Canadian mining companies overseas but was shot down by a largely Conservative block vote .

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    The role of Canadian mining in the plight of Central ...

    Canada is playing a role in the life-and-death struggle for migrant justice in the United States -- from our foreign economic policies to the actions of our mining companies and domestic asylum laws.

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    Mining Deals to Pick Up as World Reopens, Leading

    2021-3-2  Read full article. James Attwood and Joe Deaux. March 1, 2021, 9:00 PM3 min read. 1/ 2. Mining Deals to Pick Up as World Reopens, Leading Adviser Says. (Bloomberg) --

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    Reaching out to media @ PDAC

    The environmental harms, human rights abuses, and economic damage listed above are sadly too common within the mining industry and some of PDAC’s most prominent members are the worst offenders. We encourage media outlets and journalists to:

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    The Impact of Environmental Management on Firm

    2019-9-18  Abstract. Environmental management has the potential to play a pivotal role in the financial performance of the firm. Many individuals suggest that profitability is hurt by the higher production costs of environmental management initiatives, while others cite anecdotal evidence of increased profitability. A theoretical model is proposed that ...

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    Mining industry in Mexico - Deloitte

    2021-2-27  Canadian Companies in Mexico Investment in the mining industry Local and Foreign Investment • In terms of mining investment attraction, Mexico ranks fourth in the world and fi rst in LATAM. During 2010, total investment related to the mining industry in Mexico increased by 16% to US$3.3bn. Investment in 2007-2010 period was US$11.9bn.

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