What's the cultural opposite of ambition? Modesty. That could be our cultural keyword. For a great example, go to the National Film Board of Canada website and check out 'Welcome to Pine Point.'
Protests about Barriere Lake continue.
The Algonquin community of Barriere Lake, Quebec, has for weeks been confronting a new threat to their unceded indigenous territory and a lack of respect for previous agreements.
The wealth of Quebec needs to be developed by the people of Quebec. Only in this manner, we can have a more responsible development that will respect the environment and the indigenous communities.
Protesters pushed their way into the Goldcorp annual general meeting.
A jubilant and diverse crowd of more than 200 -- with some participants festooned in gold glitter -- pushed its way into the Pan Pacific Convention Centre, where the Goldcorp AGM was taking place.
Apr 10, 2011
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Canadian mining companies are continuing to contaminate water, poison land and tear apart communities in Central America.
What's going on in Nunavut is a test of democracy in Canada's newest territory. A huge complex of uranium mines is proposed for the tundra, in the middle of important caribou habitat.
Eleven indigenous Mayan Q'eqchi' women filed a lawsuit Monday against Canadian mining companies HMI Nickel, and its corporate owner, HudBay Minerals, for attacks in Guatemala.
Liberal MP John McKay, Jamie Keen from Mining Watch and Professor David Welch presented at the Political Economy of Mining and Resource Extraction conference at Carleton University.