August 18, 2017

(Fredericton-Ottawa-Vancouver) 

Indigenous communities and advocacy groups are disappointed and concerned about the outcomes of Canada’s 2017 Energy & Mines Ministers Conference, which ended last week in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.

“None of the 200 pages of documents and...

August 10, 2017

(Fredericton/Ottawa/Vancouver) 

A delegation of regional and national Indigenous communities and advocacy groups will be attending the annual Canadian Energy & Mines Ministers Conference on August 13-16 in St. Andrew's, New Brunswick. Under the theme ‘No Clean Growth wi...

August 8, 2017

First Published in Canadian Dimension

Bev Sellers is constantly reminded about the deeply personal, social and cultural loss that she and others in her community of Williams Lake have suffered since the Mount Polley mine disaster in 2014. A few weeks ago, when the forme...

August 7, 2017

United for Mining Justice members and friends across Canada participated in ceremonies and gatherings to remember the dam break at Imperial Metals' Mount Polley Mine on August 4, 2014. 

August 4, 2017

Three years after Canada’s largest mine waste disaster, communities in the Cariboo-Central Interior of British Columbia learned that the Province will not lay any charges under the BC Environmental Management Act. Instead, residents will have to wait for the Federal go...

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