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  1. Canadian companies involved in upcoming Colombian fracking projects

    Français What can we glean from mainstream media reports about Canadian corporations involved in the oil and gas sector in Colombia? What can we further discern about the companies that may have some involvement with the fracking pilot projects expected t (...)

  2. Rios Vivos in Canada for the Defence of Life

    Français Español Rios Vivos, a movement born in 2008 in opposition to the Hidroituango project, is touring Canada to demand an end to international complicity with the hydroelectric company's death practices. Like the current of rivers, which resist (...)

  3. Mandé Norte again putting Atrato communities at risk

    and the economic interests in play are becoming new actors in the armed conflict. This dark panorama is reflected ... that with the changes brought in by the new government and the transfer of titles by Muriel and AngloGold, the project (...)

  4. National Strike starting in Colombia

    since it does not grant basic social rights such as the minimum wage. The NDP creates a new formula ... trial, however, a new reform of the judicial system has pushed the limit for pre-trail detention from (...)

  5. Voluntary Standards are Smoke Screens: The Case of Pacific Rubiales Energy in Colombia

    and a seat on the board of directors.  Pacific Infrastructure is overseeing the development of a new crude ... http://asp-es.secure-zone.net/v2/index.jsp?id=5663/8953/19045&lng=en “Profile: Corporate Facility Review, Pacific Rubiales Energy” Export Development Canada, accessed ... Development Canada, accessed July 2013, http://www.edc.ca/EN/Country-Info/Pages/Colombia.aspx “Have Your Say: (...)

  6. Marmato municipal council prohibits open-pit mining and resettlement of historic centre

    the name “New Marmato” from all articles. 2. Keep the municipal centre in the Historic Area, including ... the resettlement of the municipal centre to El Llano at the bottom of the mountain, to be renamed “New Marmato,” (...)