Canada Imposing Unethical Mining in Greece: Greek Citizens Speak Out - Toronto
Thursday May 30, 2013
University of Toronto Room 252 - Mechanical Engineering Building
(5 King’s College Road - Main intersection: College +St. George)
The Call Out:
Fwd: Vancouver based Eldorado Gold Corp, a Canadian mining Company, is responsible for police brutality and wholesale environmental destruction of parts of northern Greece. They do not have the free and informed consent of the citizens.
Three of these citizens are here in Canada to talk about what is happening to their homeland.
Presented By: The Greek Canadian Committee for Ethical Mining, The Thessalonikean of Metro Toronto, Mining Watch Canada, The Council of Canadians, Mining Injustice Solidarity Network.
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