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29 Feb 2024

TeleSur TV,
Simon Jousset, Radio-Canada

Ecuador: Shuar Arutam indigenous people files complaint against Solaris Resources before Canadian Commission

"Indigenous People Ask Canada to Investigate Solaris Resources", 29 February 2024

...[T]he Shuar Arutam, an Indigenous people living in the Ecuadorian Amazon, filed a complaint against the Solaris Resources company before the British Columbia Securities Commission.

The complainants specify that the company has not provided information to shareholders regarding Warintza, a copper-gold mining project that overlaps with the Shuar Arutam territory.

This legal action comes just days before the world's biggest mining conference, the annual trade show of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) to be held March 3-6 in Toronto. In the past, Solaris Resources has used this forum to showcase its “Warintza model” of community engagement as a “best practice”...

“The company has been disclosing partial information regarding its relationships with Indigenous communities opposing the project, and fails in its obligation to regularly disclose Ecuador’s political and legal risks that may impede mining activities,” the NGO Amazon Watch explained...