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7 Feb 2005

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Friends of the Earth Canada

Friends of the Earth Warns Canadian Government: Mining and Human Rights at Loggerheads in Guatemala

Canadian companies are center stage in a struggle that is tearing at the fabric of Guatemala’s peace agreement. “...indigenous peoples...are being told their land has been parceled out to foreign mining companies, most of them Canadian...” says Graham Saul, International Program Coordinator for Friends of the Earth Canada. [refers to Glamis Gold, part of Goldcorp]

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