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Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation ...

Public appearances are oftentimes diametrically opposed to private endeavors. Since the 1990s, Canadian mining investments have expanded worldwide. This consistent trend holds true in Latin America, where large-scale Canadian companies control approximately 50 to 70 percent of the region’s mining industries.

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Canadian Mining in Latin America – CIDP

13-03-2015  Canadian Mining in Latin America Canadian Mining Investments in Latin America Growing global demand for various metals and minerals has sparked an unprecedented global mining rush. As part of this trend, Canadian companies have rapidly acquired hundreds of new properties in Latin America for exploration and extraction.

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Canadian mining in Latin America (1990 to

Since the early 1990s Canadian mining companies extended their presence in Latin America in unprecedented numbers and ways. This article presents a historical synthesis of this phenomenon.

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Hidden Hegemony: Canadian Mining in Latin

Hidden Hegemony: Canadian Mining in Latin America July 25, 2011June 5, 2012 COHA Canada’s mining industry is the largest in the world, with a sizable presence in the developing world. In Latin America, Canadian mining companies are often involved in environmentally destructive and socially irresponsible practices.

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Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation ...

This consistent trend holds true in Latin America, where large-scale Canadian companies control approximately 50 to 70 percent of the region’s mining industries . In 2013, 29 percent of all global mining investment was undertaken in Latin America due to the their relative proximity to the United States and Canada, mineral-rich landmass, low tax burdens, and neoliberal economic policies [ 2 ].

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Canadian Mining Companies Are Destroying Latin

Canadian mining activity in Latin America has skyrocketed over the past decade. Acting on 1994's North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada signed agreements with

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Rethinking ‘Canadian mining imperialism’ in Latin

Rethinking ‘Canadian mining imperialism’ in Latin America By J. Z. Garrod, Laura Macdonald This chapter examines the debates that have emerged in recent years about how to characterise Canada's role in the region, focusing particularly on the question of whether Canada is a new imperialist power.

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What Would Trudeau Do?: The Effect of Canadian

Thanks to Harper’s policies, today Canadian mining companies are responsible for up to 70 per cent of mining activities in Latin America. As the new Trudeaumania is at an all time peak, the new Prime Minister has been vocal about a number of issues including his advocacy for environmental and indigenous rights.

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Top mining companies Latin America 2018 Statista

In 2018, Brazilian Vale S.A. was the leading mining company in Latin America based on net sales, having generated a value of 34.6 billion U.S.

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Canadian mining in Latin America (1990 to

Since the early 1990s Canadian mining companies extended their presence in Latin America in unprecedented numbers and ways. This article presents a historical synthesis of this phenomenon.

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Opportunities for Canadian Mining Companies in

Opportunities for Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America Expand your Canadian mining company to Latin America. Canadian companies that have capabilities and key assets should... Battery electric vehicles. The increasing popularity of electric cars in developed markets is very obvious. ...

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Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation ...

This consistent trend holds true in Latin America, where large-scale Canadian companies control approximately 50 to 70 percent of the region’s mining industries . In 2013, 29 percent of all global mining investment was undertaken in Latin America due to the their relative proximity to the United States and Canada, mineral-rich landmass, low tax burdens, and neoliberal economic policies [ 2 ].

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Canadian Mining Abroad: Shaping Social

“Three quarters of the world’s mining companies are headquartered in Canada, and 50% of Canadian mining assets abroad are situated in Latin America, Chile

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Rethinking ‘Canadian mining imperialism’ in Latin

Rethinking ‘Canadian mining imperialism’ in Latin America By J. Z. Garrod, Laura Macdonald This chapter examines the debates that have emerged in recent years about how to characterise Canada's role in the region, focusing particularly on the question of whether Canada is a new imperialist power.

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Digging up the Dirt on Canadian Mining in Latin

Goldcorp’s San Martin gold mine in Honduras is one of five emblematic cases in the spotlight at the Permanent People’s Tribunal, celebrating its 40th session in Montreal from May 29 to June 1. Goldcorp’s mine is also one of the case studies examined in a new report on Canadian mining in Latin America. Produced by a working group of Latin American organizations, the report draws on 22 ...

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Canadian mining companies under fire for Latin

13-06-2014  The article, Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation, Inconsistency, and Neglect followed an earlier report submitted to the the Inter-American Commission on

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What Would Trudeau Do?: The Effect of Canadian

Thanks to Harper’s policies, today Canadian mining companies are responsible for up to 70 per cent of mining activities in Latin America. As the new Trudeaumania is at an all time peak, the new Prime Minister has been vocal about a number of issues including his advocacy for environmental and indigenous rights.

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Canada Mining Companies in Latin America

24-10-2016  In total, the “The ‘Canada Brand:’ Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America” documents 44 deaths—30 of which are described as clearly “targeted”—across 11 countries and 403 injuries—363 of which happened during protests and other confrontations—across 13 different countries, between 2000 and 2015.

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Top mining companies Latin America 2018

In 2018, Brazilian Vale S.A. was the leading mining company in Latin America based on net sales, having generated a value of 34.6 billion U.S. dollars.

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Canadian Mining in Latin America: Exploitation ...

Since the 1990s, Canadian mining investments have expanded worldwide. This consistent trend holds true in Latin America, where large-scale Canadian companies control approximately 50 to 70 percent of the region’s mining industries [ 1 ].

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The Harmful Effects Of Canadian Mining In Latin

20-07-2017  Canada Mining Companies in Latin America Have Blood on Hands. An injured protester flees as riot police use tear gas and batons to disperse a protest In early 2016, approximately 200 Latin American organizations called on the Canadian Prime Minister to address the actions carried out by Canadian mining corporations in the region.

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Canadian Mining Abroad: Shaping Social

“Three quarters of the world’s mining companies are headquartered in Canada, and 50% of Canadian mining assets abroad are situated in Latin America, Chile

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The Labour Impact of Canadian Mining in Latin America

Canadian mining projects in Latin America range between 2 and 5, depending on existing conditions, public policies, and corporate practices. Most mining companies’ CSR statements include how the companies foster local firms to start or direct businesses with a given mine project. Construction, transportation, catering, energy, and security

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Digging up the Dirt on Canadian Mining in Latin

Goldcorp’s San Martin mine is also one of the case studies examined in a new report on Canadian mining in Latin America. Produced by a working group of Latin American organizations, the report draws on 22 case studies spanning nine Latin American countries to document a litany of harms, ranging from environmental and health impacts to forced displacement and criminalization.

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Canadian mining companies are destroying

Canadian mining activity in Latin America has skyrocketed over the past decade. Acting on 1994's North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada signed agreements with several Latin American countries to facilitate easy access for resource extraction. Those countries include Peru (2009), Colombia (2011), Panama (2013), and Honduras (2014).

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Bad Neighbours – Canadian Dimension

Canadian mining corporations abroad A spectacular expansion of Canadian mining investment in Latin America has taken place over the last two decades, part of the general growth of our mining investment abroad. Today, almost 60 percent of all mining companies are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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Top mining companies Latin America 2018

In 2018, Brazilian Vale S.A. was the leading mining company in Latin America based on net sales, having generated a value of 34.6 billion U.S. dollars.

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Mining in Canada - Wikipedia

Mining has been conducted on an industrial scale in present-day Canada since the late 18th century. The industry remains an important aspect of the economy of Canada to this day, particularly in the North, and Canadian-domiciled mining companies have increasingly expanded their operations globally.

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Latin America Archives - MINING.COM

Latin America Top Stories. ... Supporting a deep-sea mining moratorium is backing the environmental and ... The Canadian gold miner has grown its mineral reserves by 202% to 864,000 ounces.

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Roundtable: Canadian Mining in Latin America

Canada and Canadian firms are at the forefront of the mining industry. And some of the major firms with Latin American interests have their headquarters here in Vancouver. At times they have run into resistance and protest, both here and in the countries in which they operate.

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Canadian Mining Abroad: Shaping Social

“Three quarters of the world’s mining companies are headquartered in Canada, and 50% of Canadian mining assets abroad are situated in Latin America, Chile

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Canadian mining and ill health in Latin America:

We begin with an overview of the direct and indirect health effects of mining, drawing especially on Latin America where 50-70% of mining activity involves Canadian companies. Then we examine the judicial, legislative, financial, and diplomatic contexts that make Canada such a welcome host and champion of the mining sector.

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Digging up the Dirt on Canadian Mining in Latin

Goldcorp’s mine is also one of the case studies examined in a new report on Canadian mining in Latin America. Produced by a working group of Latin American organizations, the report draws on 22 case studies spanning nine Latin American countries to document a litany of harms, ranging from environmental and health impacts to forced displacement and criminalization.

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Canadian mining companies are destroying

Canadian mining activity in Latin America has skyrocketed over the past decade. Acting on 1994's North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada signed agreements with several Latin American countries to facilitate easy access for resource extraction. Those countries include Peru (2009), Colombia (2011), Panama (2013), and Honduras (2014).

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Determinants, Boundaries, and Patterns of

As part of the commodities boom that Latin America enjoyed in the first decade of the twenty‐first century, Canadian investments in metal mining expanded there at an extraordinary pace, determined by a larger process of industrial consolidation and long‐term Canadian government policies to support the internationalization of its industry.

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Latin america remains a land of opportunity -

Despite positive signs, Canadians mining companies operating in Mexico, as well as other Latin American countries, express increasing concerns related to the discussion of the role of the state in organizing mineral extraction, such as the tension between the development priorities of workers and communities on the one hand, and mining investors on the other; as well as the means by which civil society actors throughout the Americas

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Mining in Latin America - From conflict to co

06-02-2016  Opponents of mining often claim it brings no benefit to Latin America, just “povertyserious environmental harm andhuman-rights violations”, as a report by a group of Canadian

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Mining in Canada - Wikipedia

Mining has been conducted on an industrial scale in present-day Canada since the late 18th century. The industry remains an important aspect of the economy of Canada to this day, particularly in the North, and Canadian-domiciled mining companies have increasingly expanded their operations globally.

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Latin America Archives - MINING.COM

Latin America Top Stories. ... Supporting a deep-sea mining moratorium is backing the environmental and ... The Canadian gold miner has grown its mineral reserves by 202% to 864,000 ounces.

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