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Open for Justice campaign launch Wednesday October 23rd 2013, 7-9 pm at Ottawa U [Canada]

Those who have been harmed by Canadian extractive operations overseas need to be able to seek justice in Canada. It’s time for Canada to be Open for Justice. We need legislation giving access to Canadian courts for people who have been seriously harmed by the international operations of Canadian companies and we need a mandatory extractive-sector Ombudsman in Canada. The Open for Justice campaign invites Canadians to support these demands.

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