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Canadian Mining Companies: Blood on Their Hands
 
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Canadian mining companies are responsible for dozens of deaths and hundreds of injuries to grassroots activists across Latin America over the past 15 years. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/canadian-mining-companies-blood-on-their-hands/
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An Overview of The Canadian Mining Industry
 
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Karyn Keenan from the Halifax Initiative on The Canadian Mining Industry.
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Global Mining and The Ugly Canadian
 
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Yves Engler: The Canadian Harper government actively interferes in the affairs of other countries on behalf of mining companies registered in Canada
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High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 1
 
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High Paid jobs offered in Canada. How much professors, engineers, managers, teachers, technicians, nurses can earn in Canada. Link to High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 2 https://youtu.be/oZgV528zGXg You can send your CV at: [email protected] Currently they provide job placements with good salaries. Jobs in Canada work in canada pilot jobs aircraft engineer jobs marketing manager jobs network engineer jobs computer engineer jobs nurses jobs cooks jobs waiters jobs teacher vacancies professor vacancies technician jobs engineer jobs
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The corporate social responsibility of Canadian mining companies
 
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Mining and the behavior of certain Canadian companies threaten the food sovereignty of populations in the Global South. Development and Peace (www.devp.org) urges the Canadian government to introduce legal mechanisms to hold Canadian mining companies accountable for their actions overseas.
Views: 533 Webtélé ECDQ
BTV Identifies 6 Up-and-Coming Mining Companies All Set to Take Off!
 
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BTV-Business Television - This week we visit six up and coming Canadian mining companies all riding the mining bull market. On BNN Sat Dec 10 & Sun Dec 11, 2016 – on National TV, BTV-Business Television highlights the mining sector with expert analysts including: With insight from Haywood’s Mining Analyst, Geordie Mark we visit Atlantic Gold (AGB:TSX.V). The former President of Teck and his team are on the fast track with their advanced stage gold project in Nova Scotia. From Beacon Securities, Analyst Mike Bandrowski comments on Marathon Gold (MOZ:TSX); advancing gold on the rock in Newfoundland. Mackie Research’s, Barry Allan talks zinc and we go see Arizona Mining (AZ:TSX), this exploration company shows investors all that glitters is not gold. Barry Allan, Vice Chair of the Mining Group at Mackie Research, weighs in on Wesdome Gold Mines (WDO:TSX). With three properties in various stages of development, this company is moving forward to increase production. Beacon Securities’ Mike Bandrowski comments on NewCastle Gold (NCA:TSX.V). Giving a gold mine a new lease on life is the former CEO of a $3 billion dollar mid-tier gold producer. Mackie Research’s Barry Allan remarks on Victoria Gold (VIT:TSX.V). Set to build the Yukon’s economy, once in production this project will output over 200,000 ounces of gold a year. BTV, a half-hour weekly investment news program, profiles emerging companies across Canada and the US to bring investors information for their portfolio. With Host Taylor Thoen, BTV interviews experts, top analysts, plus features companies at their location for an insightful business perspective. BTV BROADCAST TIMES: CANADA: BNN – Saturday Dec 10 @ 8:00pm, Sunday Dec 11 @ 9:30pm EST Bell Express Vu – Saturday Dec 10 @ 8:00pm, Sunday Dec 11 @ 9:30pm EST Air Canada Seatback TV Business Channel U.S. National: Biz Television Network – Sun Dec 18 @ 10:00pm & 4:30pm PST, Sat Dec 24 @ 9:00pm PST To Be Featured on BTV – Business Television Contact: (604) 664-7401x 3 [email protected]
Social responsibility lessons from the mining sector - Alan Hibben
 
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Alan Hibben goes into detail around social responsibility lessons from the mining sector.
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Speaking with Canadian mining leaders
 
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Spent this afternoon at Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) with Canadians industry leaders. While the Liberals keep putting up road blocks, you can always count on Canada’s Conservatives to stand up for our resource and mining sector and the benefits it brings to people across our country.
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Canadian companies want to extract nickel, vanadium, cobalt from petcoke | MINING.com | by Justin T
 
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Strip mining Canada's reputation
 
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Ottawa must do more to regulate and hold accountable Canadian mining companies working in Latin America.
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What is driving delisting in the mining and metals sector in Canada?
 
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More than ten percent of mining and metals companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and Toronto Venture Exchange delisted between 2014 and 2015, the most recent data available. According to a new EY report, M&A activity was the most common reason for delisting. Michelle Grant, EY’s Mining & Metals Transactions Leader in BC discusses why. Read the full report here: http://bit.ly/2ar0B8G
Views: 94 EY Canada
THE TOP 10 SKILLED JOBS FOR IMMIGRANTS IN CANADA
 
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416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 Call us: 416-962-2623 / 1•866•760•2623 (Toll Free in Canada/US) Email Us: [email protected] www.immigroup.com https://www.immigroup.com/news/top-10-jobs-immigrants-canada THE TOP 10 SKILLED JOBS FOR IMMIGRANTS IN CANADA Work - probably the second biggest priority for those planning to immigrate to a new country, second only to the need to secure a place to live. Canada offers a wealth of opportunities in a range of well-paid and highly skilled roles. Shortages of skilled labor have led the Federal Government to develop a Fast-Track entry system for individuals with high-priority skills. This makes the country a great choice for those looking to build a new life and career. This list looks at some of the best opportunities for 2017-2018 based on the Federal Government's list of in-demand occupations. Cardiology technologists Cardiology technologists are in demand in Canada as the result of the large aging population. The highest average hourly wage for a cardiology technologist can be found in Calgary at $44.27 per hour. The lowest average hourly wage for a cardiology technologist can be found in Halifax at $20.85 per hour. The significant number of the jobs available in this sector can be found in health care and social assistance. To work as a cardiology technologist in Canada (with the exception of Quebec) a technologist must be registered with the Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists. Salary Ranges: ● Hourly: CAD$20.45 - C$33.75 ● Annual: C$43,451 - C$69,701 Professional Body: Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists Respiratory therapist respiratory therapist positions are Toronto and Calgary followed by Winnipeg and Vancouver. Positions for respiratory therapists are most widely available with sleep and respiratory care specialty clinics. Entry level positions fall at the lowest end of the pay spectrum, but with five or more years of experience, pay rates rise considerably. Salary Ranges: ● Hourly: C$23.78 – C$41.99 ● Annual: C$44,769 – C$87,897 Professional Body: The Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists GEOSCIENTIST AND OCEANOGRAPHERS Despite the crash in oil prices in recent years the continuing need to exploit the mineral wealth in Canada is still a priority. However, environmental concerns remain a key concern and this means that the role of both geoscientists and oceanographers will be contribute to in coming years. The demand is likely to grow in the immediate future and is also expected outstrip the available skills in the native workforce. Salary Ranges: ● Annual: C$54,044 - C$141,772 Professional Body: Geoscientists Canada/Géoscientifiques Canada ENGINEERING - CHEMICAL, MINING, PETROLEUM, GEOLOGICAL, and AEROSPACE As with construction management, engineering careers can be found consistently high on the list of the “Eligible Federal Skilled Worker Occupations” and, again, management level will get you more points. A broad field, the engineering sectors listed above are all consistently on the list of required workers in short supply. This is another field that is being hit by the retirement issue and one where opportunities are expected to continue to grow for those beginning their careers. Salaries can vary in the different sectors and also across the different regions of Canada. Salary Ranges: ● Chemical Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$12.96 - C$57.81 ○ Annual: C$45,128- C$102,323 ● Mining / Geological Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$39.04 ○ Annual: C$56,575- C$124,764 ● Petroleum Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$50.08 ○ Annual: C$63,421- C$232,240 ● Aerospace Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$17.00 - C$47.92 ○ Annual: C$49,248- C$111,006 Professional Body: Varies by province and territory and specialty, see Engineers Canada/Ingénieurs Canada for detailed information.
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Genomics solutions for the mining sector in Ontario
 
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Canada is one of the world's largest mining nations. Minerals and metals are an essential part of our economy as they create high-paying jobs and valuable exports. Genomics can lead to important technological innovations to increase production cut costs and improve sustainability for our mining industry. Find out how.
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PwC Canada: discussing innovation in the Canadian mining industry
 
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Executives in the mining industry discuss how they’re using innovative solutions to turn their vision into reality. Learn how PwC Canada is recognizing forward-thinking organizations across all industries in Canada: www.pwc.com/ca/v2r Featuring: Anthony Milewski, Chairman & CEO, Cobalt 27 Capital Corp. Luis Canepari, Vice President of Technology, Goldcorp Inc. Andres Tinajero, CFO, Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd.
Views: 67 PwCCanada
The power of partnership - PwC Canada
 
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The rapid pace of global technological advancements coupled with changing expectations are driving the need for Canada’s mining sector to form partnerships across industries . Monica Banting, Mining Partner at PwC Canada, discusses the impacts and benefits of cross-industry collaboration, and why those companies who fail to look beyond their four walls could be at risk of falling behind. Learn more in PwC Canada’s report, The power of partnership, part two of four in our Canadian mine series: http://www.pwc.com/ca/canadianmine
Views: 117 PwCCanada
Preparing for growth — PwC Canada
 
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Canada’s major mining companies have entered a period of relative stability after weathering a period of boom, bust and recovery. The sector has been paying down debt, improving balance sheets and judiciously investing in capital projects, on trend with the wider global mining industry. John Matheson, Deals Partner, PwC Canada explains how a mood of cautious confidence has emerged among TSX-listed miners as they position themselves for the next stage of the cycle. Learn more in PwC Canada’s report, “Preparing for growth”, the third of four reports in our Canadian mine series: www.pwc.com/ca/canadianmine
Views: 143 PwCCanada
Mining Industry Success | RAW Talks with Sean Willy
 
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As boss of one of Canada’s most successful Aboriginal Economic Development companies, Sean Willy surely has a story to tell. He knows the Canadian mining sector inside out, both from the perspective of Aboriginal supplier and mainstream miners.
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Jeremy Fraiberg on the Canadian Mining Sector in 2013
 
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Jeremy Fraiberg, Co-Chair of Osler's Mining Group discusses recent activities in the Canadian mining sector and his expectations for 2013.
Canada Plans Regulation For Crypto Mining Via Excess Hydroelectric Power
 
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Canada Plans Regulation For Crypto Mining Via Excess Hydroelectric Power Subscribe: http://bit.ly/CryptoCoinNewsYT Canada is currently in the process of drawing up regulation for cryptocurrencies. A special framework devised by Couillard government back in May of this year brought an interesting proposition, that includes the sale of Quebec’s hydroelectric plants’ excess power. If adopted, the regulations will see this power sold to crypto miners to backfill the resources needed for the activity of mining cryptos. Le Journal de Montreal‘s recent report states that Pierre Moreau, the Minister of Energy of Canada, is focussed on the crypto mining industry and, in particular, the energy usage that accompanies this sector. Hydro-Quebec, Quebec’s main supplier of hydroelectric power, turned down miners’ requests for the cheaper power back in March of this year. According to the company, the main concern is that mining could sap up to 25% of the power output since the estimated number of mining companies exceeds 100, and they all made requests seeking a reduction in the price of energy needed for mining, In a new twist, after Quebec assessed the possibility of economic benefits accompanying the mining of cryptocurrencies, a survey was launched as part of the investigation into this matter. A report issued by the Auditor General brought interesting results, stating that Hydro-Quebec produces a large amount of excess power, in the region of 13 TWh. Read more on: https://cryptocoin.news/news/altcoin/canada-plans-regulation-for-crypto-mining-via-excess-hydroelectric-power-15143/
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Building value above ground - PwC Canada
 
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The ongoing recovery cycle is compelling Canada’s leading mining companies to adopt unique strategies, ones that stand out from approaches used in the past. Building value above ground explores regional trends that show how innovative players in the sector are responding to forces of change by developing strong—and in some cases untraditional—relationships in the communities where they operate, including with educational institutions, governments, community members and local businesses. Learn more in PwC Canada’s report, Building value above ground, the fourth report in our Canadian mine series: www.pwc.com/ca/canadianmine
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Workshop on Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector Part 1 of 4
 
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Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector University of Ottawa, November 20-21, 2009 http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/news/audio-/-video/human-rights-in-the-canadian-mining-sector.html
BTV Showcases Analyst's 5 Top Mining Companies
 
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BTV-Business Television This week is all about diamonds and gold, from Canada to Botswana. On BNN Sat Mar 11 & Sun Mar 12, 2017 - on National TV, BTV-Business Television highlights the mining sector with expert analysts including: Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities, Mining Analyst, speaks on Lucara Diamond Corp (LUC:TSX), who unearthed one of the world’s largest diamonds at over 1,100 carats. Mackie Research’s Senior Mining Analyst, Barry Allan talks gold and we visit Minnova Corp (MCI:TSX.V), on track to resurrect a past producing gold mine in Manitoba. Haywood Securities, Mining Analyst, Geordie Mark shares his thoughts on diamonds plus Kennady Diamonds (KDI:TSX.V, KDIAF:OTC) a spin out from Mountain Province Diamonds has discovered impressive diamonds. From US Global, Mining Analyst Ralph Aldis comments on Barsele Minerals (BME:TSX.V); a joint venture with Agnico Eagle, with great results. With updates from Mining Analyst, Brent Cook on Mirasol Resources (MRZ:TSX.V, MRZLF:OTC) and Chris Thompson, Research Analyst at Raymond James on Victoria Gold (VIT:TSX.V, VITFF:OTC) Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investor Officer at US Global Investors, and Mining Analyst, Brent Cook on the future of investing. Video and Frank Holmes with some words of wisdom. Ralph Aldis, Mining Analyst at US Global, on trends in the industry. BTV, a half-hour weekly investment news program, profiles emerging companies across Canada and the US to bring investors information for their portfolio. With Host Taylor Thoen, BTV interviews experts, top analysts, plus features companies at their location for an insightful business perspective. BTV BROADCAST TIMES: CANADA: BNN – Saturday Mar 11 @ 8:00pm, Sunday Mar 12 @ 9:30pm EST Bell Express Vu – Saturday Mar 11 @ 8:00pm, Sunday Mar 12 @ 9:30pm EST Air Canada Seatback TV Business Channel U.S. National: Biz Television Network – Sun Mar 19 @ 10:00pm & 4:30pm PST, Sat Dec 25 @ 9:00pm PST To Be Featured on BTV - Business Television Contact: (604) 664-7401x 3 [email protected] To see more videos like this one go to www.b-tv.com.
Canadian mining and metals sector faces a looming digital disconnect: EY
 
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There’s a gap between the productivity potential from digital transformation and the poor track record of implementation in the mining sector, according to a new EY report. Iain Thompson, EY Canada's BC Mining & Metals Advisory Services Leader talks about this digital disconnect. Learn more at https://go.ey.com/2qJLtdF
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Miner Opposition - Is mining's problem, Canada's problem?
 
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James Munson (bitly.com/MinerOpposition) traveled to Guatemala in July to explore the stories of mines caught up in a global debate over the responsibilities of Canadian-owned mining firms in developing countries. With Canada moving toward a new policy for the sector, Munson explores how the Fenix nickel mine in eastern Guatemala became the test case for bringing allegations of murder, rape and assault tied to the mine to an Ontario court room. Meanwhile, Goldcorp Inc.’s Marlin mine in the western part of the country has been the subject of protests and findings that its operations broke human rights standards. The stories of these mines, and the people who live beside them are the starting point for Miner Opposition — http://www.bitly.com/MinerOpposition
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Ensemble Webcast: "Welcoming to Women: An Action Plan for Canada's Mining Employers"
 
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Women in Mining Canada present on their brand new publication 'Welcoming to Women: AN ACTION PLAN FOR CANADA'S MINING EMPLOYERS' Since 2014, fifteen mining employers and industry stakeholders have been working closely with Women in Mining Canada (WIMC) on the challenges and opportunities for attracting and retaining women in our sector. They set their focus on women in the skilled trades and executive level positions. With funding from Status of Women Canada, they have developed a ‘business case', identified feasible best practices, created a supporting set of tools and compiled industry examples drawn from their companies' experiences. WIMC is now pleased to present this set of learnings in the form of a National Action Plan (NAP). The lead researcher and writer of the Plan, Denise McLean will discuss the learnings and outcomes - the tools and triumphs - experienced to date by the members of the Gender Advisory Committee. Diversity and inclusion is one of the strategic initiatives currently high on the agenda in the mining sector and this Action Plan is an outstanding tool to help close the gender gap and achieve gender parity in this dynamic and challenging industry. About the presenter: Denise McLean, PhD Denise is a senior leader with a broad range of experience in workplace gender and diversity issues, leadership development, HR strategy and organizational change. She has over 25 years of experience working on issues related to the advancement of women in various industries. Denise has worked closely with MiHR and WIM Canada on several diversity and inclusion initiatives in recent years through which she has gained extensive insights into the related challenges and opportunities in the Canadian mining sector. Denise has also worked on gender issues in other sectors, including the trucking sector and women-centred community economic development initiatives. She led the Conference Board of Canada's Centre of Excellence for Women's Advancement - an executive networking and research program focused on best practices for advancing women into leadership positions where she authored published research reports and developed pragmatic supports and toolkits for employers. Denise also designs and delivers highly-regarded leadership development programs across Canada. She holds a Ph.D. in Psychology, with a specialization in measurement, assessment instruments and educational psychology.
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Co-Founders of  Hunter Dickinson Inc. (HDI)  Inducted Into Canadian Mining Hall of Fame
 
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http://www.hdimining.com/s/HDINewsReleases.asp?ReportID=501812 Hunter Dickinson Inc. (HDI) is proud to announce that Robert Hunter and Robert Dickinson were inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame on January 12, 2012, in a gala ceremony in recognition of their outstanding lifetime achievements in mineral exploration and mining. They join a select group of prominent and respected leaders from the minerals industry who represent the very best of Canadian mining and its accomplishments. Mr. Hunter and Mr. Dickinson co-founded HDI more than 25 years ago, forming an entrepreneurial business that has led to the development of one of the most successful teams in Canadian mining history. Today, HDI is a diversified, global mining group that has advanced mineral projects in Canada and around the world. The HDI track record of success includes 19 public and private companies, and dozens of mineral properties on six continents. Notable projects within the HDI fold include Mount Milligan, Kemess and Prosperity in BC, Pebble in Alaska and Xietongmen in China. Both Mr. Hunter and Mr. Dickinson have been recognized by industry and business for their exceptional contributions to the Canadian and international minerals industry. Awards received include the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's Developer of the Year (1990), Mining Association of BC's Mining Industry Person of the Year (2000), Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur Of The Year(r) (2004) and PDAC's Thayer Lindsley International Discovery (2007). From 1985 to 1990, HDI founded three companies -- North American Metals, Continental Gold and El Condor Resources -- with projects that would go on to become major hard rock mines. These include Golden Bear (operated 1989-2001), Kemess (operated 2000-2011) and Mount Milligan (construction commenced in 2010). Current companies associated with HDI include Amarc Resources, Curis Resources, Heatherdale Resources, Northcliff Resources, Northern Dynasty Minerals, Quartz Mountain Resources, Rathdowney Resources and Taseko Mines. Companies that achieved mineral exploration and development success with HDI -- including Great Basin Gold, Detour Gold, Rockwell Diamonds and Anooraq Resources -- are now independently managed. Other successful HDI associated companies were Farallon Mining Ltd. which was acquired by Nyrstar NV in January 2011 in an all cash transaction valued at C$409 million and Continental Minerals Corporation, which was acquired by the Jinchuan Mining Group in April 2011 in a transaction valued at C$432 million. Currently, HDI and associated companies are active around the globe with projects and operations in five countries on three continents and a cumulative market capitalization of more than $2.1 billion. As Bob Dickinson recounted upon receiving the award, "Bob and I did have many successes together. But how did the Bob and Bob show, as George Cross called us -- how did we morph over time to the success that is now Hunter Dickinson Inc.? A team of 130 people, committed to the discovery and development of mines -- with the creation of companies that currently employ over 7000 people at sites around the globe. "I think where we excelled was the ability to attract and fully embrace skilled and creative partners and people to the team," said Mr. Dickinson. "The partners that joined us had the same passion for success, but each brought a different skill. Skills that gelled together into the miracle which is HDI."
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Oh Canada -  Who are Canadians?  Commentary on pipeline, being a Canadian -  YouTube
 
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Americans think of themselves as exceptional. The world used to think Canadians were exceptional. We were just Canadians. Today due to many reasons our reputation for who we are and what we stand for is tarnished. From the UN where we were denied a seat on the security council, to the Middle East where Canadian policy is one of division, the Africa and now Eastern Europe our foreign policy has gone from peace maker to instigator. Then there is Afghanistan, we went, we fought, we left. What for? what was the end mission? Afghanistan people died, we handed over POW to be tortured, Canadians died, and the veterans back home are still dying as suicide epidemic sweeps due to PTSD. The governments reaction? Check the news, it's not pretty. This brings us to the Northern Gateway Pipeline. This is unCanadian. What are Canadians today; our politicians from Toronto, Hamilton to Montreal and many others including Senators are not getting notice for the right reasons. Corporations from our banking sector to SNC-Lavalin and dozens more being investigated for bribery. Canada is an important player in the global mining industry. Nearly a quarter of the top forty mining companies in the world are Canadian-owned. There is a growing trend that has been observed in Central America toward repression and violence against those who protest mines and mining impacts. In the past two years, activists have been killed in Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador in relationship with Canadian mining companies. Canadian-financed companies, which dominate the mining sector in some countries - such as Guatemala or Ecuador -- are able to sustain strong lobbies regarding mining policy changes, often receiving substantial support from Canadian embassies abroad.
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Canadian Mining in Latin America Forum and Debate at McGill
 
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MICLA, McGill's Research Group Investigating Canadian Mining in Latin America, Amnesty International and Journalists for Human Rights are proud to present a panel discussion and Q & A on Canada's Future in the Extractive Industry in Latin America: Exploring Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development. "Over the last twenty years, Canadian miners have become the most influential group within the continent's mining sector, developing between 1200 to 1500 projects in any given year. This presence has important consequences for the hundreds of Latin American communities and the countries that host these projects, but it also matters for Canadian citizens whose government provides vital support for the industry and whose pensions and investments help capitalize its work." micla.ca Produced by JHR McGill's TV Portfolio The Journalists for Human Rights McGill University Chapter is a group of students actively engaged in informing their community about human rights issues through media campaigns (print, radio, and TV) and other campus projects. visit http://jhrmcgill.wordpress.com/ or email us at [email protected] for more info, or to get involved! Check out the online edition of Speak!, our chapter magazine, at jhrmcgillspeak.wordpress.com
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Workshop on Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector Part 2 of 4
 
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Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector University of Ottawa, November 20-21, 2009 http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/news/audio-/-video/human-rights-in-the-canadian-mining-sector.html
(Not) Canada's Way (MiningWatch)
 
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Are you ready to stand up for justice for mining-affected communities in the Global South? If the approval of a mine meant you would be kicked off your land, would you expect a chance to say no this project? And if it went ahead, would you expect to be compensated? If your drinking water were poisoned or water sources dried up -- would you expect someone to fix the problem? Canada's companies are the biggest players in the mining sector in developing countries. Their wealth and backing by the Canadian government mean they often have privileged treatment by host governments. Are Canadian mining companies too big to be held accountable for -- - Environmental crimes? - Violence committed by their local personnel? - Influence peddling with host governments? - Tax avoidance? Join us to call for: - Legislated access to Canadian courts for people who have been harmed by the international operations of Canadian companies - Creation of an extractive-sector Ombuds office in Canada mandated to investigate accusations of abuses and make recommendations to the government and the companies involved.
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Canadian junior mining sector riding renewed wave of confidence
 
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Canadian junior mining sector riding renewed wave of confidence VANCOUVER (miningweekly.com) – Despite signs of improved investor confidence in Canada's prolific junior mining sector – mainly driven by rising consumer technology demand for resources – analysts are warning that the market recovery is in a delicate phase and will require discipline to survive until more substantial commodity price increases occur. Professional services firm PwC Canada on Monday released a new report entitled 'Junior mine 2017: Confidence rekindled', which pointed out that the ...
NMC 2014: Canada's First Mining Case Competition
 
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The National Mining Competition is Canada’s first undergraduate mining case competition. Teams are challenged to solve an innovative mining strategy case relevant to business issues facing firms within the global mining sector. Listen to sponsors, participants, and co-chairs talk about their NMC experience and what makes it such a dynamic competition. NMC 2014: Connecting Diverse Minds to Inspire Innovation October 30 - November 2, 2014 Website: www.nmcompetition.com Video Speakers: Cole Thorpe, Co-Chair 2013 National Mining Competition Matt Schwalen, Participant 2013 Michigan Technological University Cooper Meadows, Co-Chair 2014 National Mining Competition Daphne Taras, Dean Edwards School of Business Derek Meates, Partner, Energy & Natural Resources KPMG Jordan Jakubowski, Director, Employee & Industrial Relations PotashCorp
Yves Engler: "Canadian mining, aid, and UBC: Development for whom?"
 
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Yves Engler, acclaimed journalist and author, speaks on Canadian foreign policy issues vitally important to Canadians and particularly to students at the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the École Polytechnique de Montréal. His talk will explore the context of Canada's use of diplomatic channels as a means to acquire mineral concessions for extractive sector companies headquartered in Canada. Afterward, a critical discussion will examine UBC's new links to this industry through a new CIDA-funded institute headquartered at our campus and run jointly by UBC, SFU, and EPDM. For more information on the new mining institute and common criticisms, check out the site http://notfrommycampus.wordpress.com/. Talk given at the Liu Institute for Global Issues at the University of British Columbia, unceded Musqueam territory on 7 November 2013. Image by Grant Neufeld, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en
Workshop on Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector Part 4 of 4
 
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Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector University of Ottawa, November 20-21, 2009 http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/news/audio-/-video/human-rights-in-the-canadian-mining-sector.html
Inside Story Americas - Time to monitor Guatemala's mining sector?
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe A Canadian mining company stands accused of violating human rights and damaging the environment in Guatemala. As the price of gold has rocketed amidst global economic uncertainty, Goldcorp argues it is sharing its record revenues with an impoverished community by providing jobs and economic development. The company owns the Marlin mine in Guatemala, which was opened in 2005 despite the objections of indiginous communities. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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🇿🇦 What's the future of South Africa's mining sector? | Inside Story
 
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South Africa has some of the world’s biggest reserves of platinum, gold, iron ore and coal. But mining now makes up less than 7% of its economic output, a steep fall from 20% in the 1970s. Mining companies are blaming low prices and soaring production costs for their plans to cut thousands of jobs at a time the country is struggling with high unemployment rates. Mining is also intertwined with race relations in South Africa. The people who work deep underground in often dangerous conditions are overwhelmingly black, while the executives overseeing them are mainly white. Some of the firms have pushed back against government plans to make them bring on more black shareholders. So, is it a losing battle for the mining sector? And can South Africa move away from its dependence on commodities? Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom Guests: Lebohang Pheko - Senior Research Fellow at Trade Collective - a non-profit think-tank. Moleko Phakedi - Deputy General Secretary, South African Federation of Trade Unions. Ralph Mathekga - Researcher and Lecturer at the University of the Western Cape. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
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Fund Manager Marin Katusa shares his thoughts on Mining, Crypto and Cannabis
 
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Best Selling author and fund manager Marin Katusa, from Katusa Research joined us in the Vancouver studio of Proactive Investors to share his thoughts on the state of the mining sector in BC and Canada. Katusa also had thoughts on Cannabis and what the legalization in October 17th in Canada will mean for investing. Katusa also shared something he is very high on and how it could be the next big thing, again.
The People's Tribunal on the Canadian Mining Industry: Day 1
 
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Hearing on rights violations and socio-environmental impacts of the Canadian mining activities in Latin America. 9h-17h, May 30 2014 CEDA, 2515 Delisle (métro Lionel-Groulx), Montréal
Views: 315 CUTV
Canada’s Deadly Diplomacy and Mining Justice in Mexico
 
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Take action at justice4mariano.net! The speakers are: José Luis Abarca, son of Mariano Abarca; Miguel Angel de los Santos, lawyer, Human Rights Centre - Autonomous University of Chiapas (UNACH); Libertad Díaz, Otros Mundos Chiapas; and Miguel Mijangos, Mexican Network of Mining Affected People (REMA). Background of the speaking tour: Over eight years ago, Mariano Abarca was shot and killed in front of his family restaurant in Chicomuselo, Chiapas, in southern Mexico. Abarca had been a key leader in his community’s fight against the social and environmental impacts of a Canadian company’s mining operations. All of the suspects in his murder were connected to the Calgary-based company, Blackfire Exploration. There never has been a full, impartial investigation. This case is being brought to Canada now because documents obtained through Access to Information show that the Canadian Embassy in Mexico supported Blackfire extensively and is now being accused of being implicated in Abarca’s death. Canadian and Mexican organisations are asking the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner (PSIC) to investigate the acts and omissions of the Canadian Embassy in Mexico that they believe contributed to putting Mr. Abarca’s life in danger. We are asking for your support in calling for an investigation into this case by the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner. Take action at justice4mariano.net!
Views: 57 ICLMG CSILC
CleanTechnology - Mining
 
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We're asking industry leaders in Canada's mining sector, "What does clean technology mean to you?"
Views: 250 NaturalResourcesCa
Public Meeting on Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector Part 2 of 2
 
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Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector University of Ottawa, November 20-21, 2009 http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/news/audio-/-video/human-rights-in-the-canadian-mining-sector.html
Canadian Mining Kills
 
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Activists disrupted the world's largest mining convention to hold a vigil for the people killed for opposing Canadian mining projects around the world, including Bertha Cáceras - an Indigenous leader from Honduras who was assassinated in her home four days ago.
Views: 1103 stimulator
Scandals of canadian mining industry in Guatemala ENGLISH
 
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A video from Project Accompaniment Québec-Guatemala, for the divestment campaign The Money Thread. In Guatemala, the canadian mining company Tahoe Resources, funded in part by Canadians and Quebecois' pension funds, is leading a very violent, controversial and destructive mining project, El Escobal. The activist and lawyer Rafal Malonado tells us about it, during his visit in Montreal in March 2014. Visit THEMONEYTHREAD.ORG
PwC Canada - Junior mine: Confidence rekindled
 
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Rebecca Chan with PwC Canada explores the renewed confidence in Canada’s junior mining sector for 2017. Learn more in PwC Canada’s report, Junior mine 2017: Confidence rekindled, part one of four in our Canadian mine series: www.pwc.com/ca/canadianmine
Views: 130 PwCCanada
Canada mining in Guatemala
 
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A Canadian-owned mine in Guatemala. A nearby indigenous community evicted. If you talk to the company, the community is solidly behind them. But according to a special documentary report not everyone agrees. For the company's side of the story, Avi talks to Andrew Grant of Skye Resources Limited in Vancouver.
Views: 7652 Guatestuff
Mining tops Motlanthe meeting in Canada
 
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Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has spent his second day in Canada's financial capital engaged in lengthy interactions with business and legal stakeholders regarding South Africa's mining sector...http://owl.li/rdJ7S
Views: 46 SABC Digital News
(Not) Canada's Way
 
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Are you ready to stand up for justice for mining-affected communities in the Global South? If the approval of a mine meant you would be kicked off your land, would you expect a chance to say no this project? And if it went ahead, would you expect to be compensated? If your drinking water were poisoned or water sources dried up -- would you expect someone to fix the problem? Canada's companies are the biggest players in the mining sector in developing countries. Their wealth and backing by the Canadian government mean they often have privileged treatment by host governments. Are Canadian mining companies too big to be held accountable for -- - Environmental crimes? - Violence committed by their local personnel? - Influence peddling with host governments? - Tax avoidance? Join us to call for: - Legislated access to Canadian courts for people who have been harmed by the international operations of Canadian companies - Creation of an extractive-sector Ombuds office in Canada mandated to investigate accusations of abuses and make recommendations to the government and the companies involved.
Views: 262 MiningWatch Canada
Canada to re-examine mining policies
 
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For more on the issue, CCTV America spoke to Keith Stewart, Researcher at Greenpeace Canada.
Views: 49 CGTN America
13-03-04 QP Mining Sector Rod Bruinooge
 
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MP Rod Bruinooge during Question Period, asking what the Government is doing to unlock the economic potential of Canada's north with regards to the mining sector.
Views: 51 storsb1

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