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1 June 2006

Guatemala- Marlin

Author: Compliance Advisor Ombudsman to the International Finance Corporation

An NGO representing indigenous people from the municipality of Sipacapa, filed a complaint in January 2005, alleging that the Marlin gold and silver mine [owned by Montana Exploradora, part of Goldcorp] will negatively affect local water supply quality...

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22 May 2006

Guatemala: Concerns about social & environmental impacts of Goldcorp's Marlin mine, including threats against author of report on toxic run-off

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23 September 2005

World Bank Report Describes Mining Problems in Guatemala

Author: Oxfam America

Recent complaints about violence, lack of consultation with indigenous people, and environmental impact prompted the International Finance Corporation, the World Bank division that loans money to private companies, to investigate the Marlin mine in...

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8 September 2005

Oxfam America: Glamis Gold's Marlin mine in Guatemala - Report by IFC Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman raises concerns about consultation with indigenous communities

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8 September 2005

[PDF] Glamis Gold Comments on IFC Compliance Office Report on Marlin Project; Participates in Groundbreaking Event with Guatemalan President

Author: Glamis Gold

Glamis Gold Ltd. reported today that the Office of the Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman (“CAO”) of the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) has issued its final “Assessment of a Complaint Submitted to CAO in Relation to the Marlin Mining Project ...

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1 March 2005

Gold Project Meets Opposition in Guatemala

Author: Frank Jack Daniel, Reuters

Many of the Mayans see [Glamis Gold's Marlin] mine [part of Goldcorp] in the civil war-scarred highlands as a symbol of foreign intervention and a threat to the environment and their agrarian way of life. But Glamis Vice President Steve Baumann says...

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7 February 2005

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

Author: Friends of the Earth Canada

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...

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14 January 2005
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Author: Terra/EFE

El inicio de los operaciones de explotación minera en Guatemala, ha costado la vida de una persona, heridas a 20 más, cuantiosos daños materiales y conflictos entre el gobierno, la Iglesia Católica y miles de pobladores rurales que se oponen a esa...

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13 January 2005

[PDF] Glamis Gold Comments on Transport Incident [Guatemala]

Author: Glamis Gold

Glamis Gold Ltd. today responded to reports of a protest related to the transportation of equipment for its Marlin project [part of Goldcorp] in Guatemala. Unconfirmed press reports cite the possibility of loss of life in connection with the protest.....

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12 January 2005

Rights Action and MiningWatch Canada are calling for an immediate suspension of construction at the Marlin project

Author: MiningWatch Canada, Rights Action

Canadian non-governmental organisations are denouncing actions by the Guatemalan military and police that yesterday left two people dead in an effort to allow construction to proceed at Canadian mining company Glamis Gold's Marlin mine [part of...

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