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7 March 2019
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Author: Basta! (France)

Samir Flores, leader indigène náhuatl, a été assassiné de deux balles dans la tête le 20 février dernier dans son village natal de l’État de Morelos, au Mexique. Il était l’un des fers de lance de l’opposition à un grand projet, qui prévoit la...

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1 March 2011

Canadian companies urged to look at the cost of doing business with despots

Author: Geoffrey York, CTV News [Canada]

[T]he…rebellions in Egypt and Tunisia… – and, a few days after the convention, in Libya – have shown the risks of relying on autocracy. Two of Canada’s biggest companies, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. and Suncor Energy Inc., suddenly found their reputations...

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Company response
29 July 2009

Response by Continental Minerals: Tibetans-in-exile protest Continental Minerals' Tibet project - concerns over environmental damage, lack of consultation.

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28 July 2009

[PDF] Continental Minerals response to social, environmental concerns over its Tibet project

Author: Continental Minerals

Continental Minerals Corporation has been exploring the Xietongmen Project, a copper-gold prospect in the Tibet Autonomous Region since 2005. The project is presently at the permitting stage...Continental has actively engaged the people in the local...

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25 June 2009

Tibetans protest against mining operations in Dharamsala [India]

Author: ANI

Tibetans-in-exile staged a demonstration in protest against the mining operation in Tibet by...Continental Minerals...According to Tenzin Cheodon, Programme Director of the Students for Free Tibet,...“Continental Minerals and other foreign mining...

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25 June 2009

Tibetans-in-exile protest Continental Minerals' mining project in Tibet - concerned by environmental damage, lack of consultation

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31 March 2008

Canadians help luxury train to Lhasa keep on track amid chaos

Author: Geoffrey York, Globe & Mail [Canada]

China has banned almost all foreigners from entering Tibet since the protests began but foreign investors have managed to keep their projects going..."We're pleased that we're moving forward," said Bill Edward, vice-president of marketing at Tangula...

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