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June 18, 2010 Foreign Policy

Multi-Billion Dollar Mining Boom

From the archives: the economics of war and empire in Afghanistan

December 28, 2008 Opinion

Pushing the Debate

Noir Canada’s critical perspective

December 5, 2008 Business

BC's New Gold Rush

Investment is risky in unceded land

December 3, 2008 Original Peoples

The Land Provides What Mining Can't

KI leaders take their complaints to the United Nations

December 2, 2008 Accounts

A Mining Refugee in Canada

Can one country be the hero and the villain?

November 30, 2008 Features

World Bank Poster Child Gets Naughty

Politicians and protesters show their true mettle in Argentina

November 29, 2008 Business

While Mineral Resources Boomed, Canada Partied

...and lost manufacturing jobs, narrowed economic base

November 27, 2008 Media Analysis

Media Avoids the Dirt

Mining companies get an easy ride in Canadian press

November 26, 2008 Agriculture

Peru's Farmers Demand Healthy Land

Criminalization of anti-mining dissent strengthens resolve

November 25, 2008 Original Peoples

Mining the Truth

A Canadian judge rules on indigenous land in Patagonia

November 24, 2008 Canadian News

The Nuclear Push

Mining lobby wants uranium ban lifted

November 23, 2008 Literature & Ideas

Copper Ore, Silver Screen

Under Rich Earth

November 22, 2008 Business

Dangerous Duty in Papua New Guinea

Community members get "the opposite of what was promised" from Barrick Gold

November 21, 2008 Original Peoples

Fighting Free Entry

Ending mining’s privileged access to land

November 20, 2008 Foreign Policy

Canada's Contribution to Congo's Wars

Canadian mining companies among those under review

November 19, 2008 Business

Small Flags in the Ground

Gold mining in Suriname's tribal communities

November 18, 2008 Foreign Policy

FOCAL Blasted for Ties to Mining Industry

Indigenous leaders pull out of mining workshops in Guatemala

November 17, 2008 Business

Heads They Win, Tails You Lose

Canadian companies will do anything for the big nickel in Guatemala

November 16, 2008 Original Peoples

Caretakers of the Land

Western Shoshone wage battle against modern gold rush

November 13, 2008 Original Peoples

Big Oil's Pipe Dream

An interview with Dustin Johnson about the Gateway Pipeline

November 12, 2008 Labour

A Striking Outcome

Sudbury ‘78 resonates today

November 11, 2008 Business

Shredding Social Fabric

Company promoters "contaminate" communities in El Salvador

November 10, 2008 Foreign Policy

How Good is Canada’s Word?

Vancouver's Corriente Resources is in deep in Ecuador

November 9, 2008 Business

Blood Cells

Coltan in phones exacerbates crisis in the Congo

November 8, 2008 Opinion

World's Crudest Extraction

At the tar sands they’re digging up dirty fuel

November 6, 2008 Original Peoples

Two Ways to Be a Nation

Struggle for control of the "trillion-dollar Sudbury basin"

November 5, 2008 Business

Waste Not, Want Not

One company's fight against Newfoundlanders & Kanaks

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