Speculation Over Delayed ‘Three Amigos’ Meeting Forgets Ayotzinapa, Avoids Tough Questions for Mexico and Canada

January 22, 2015 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: GoldcorpMexico.

Prime Minister Harper’s decision to indefinitely postpone the North American Leaders’ Summit – better known as the annual ‘Three Amigos’ meeting – likely has a lot to do with his own electoral calculus. But it also does Mexican President Peña Nieto a huge favour. The Canadian media has speculated that Harper delayed the meeting because • Read More »

“The Process Is the Punishment”: Taseko Takes Wilderness Committee to Court Over Fight to Save Fish Lake

January 20, 2015 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: TasekoBritish Columbia.

(Guest blog by Dawn Hoogeveen) A crowd gathered in front of B.C.’s law court in Vancouver on Monday morning in support of the Wilderness Committee. It was the first day of a lawsuit instigated by Taseko Mines Limited, which is suing the environmental organization for defamation. Recent attention has been turned to the use of • Read More »