Canada: One of the ‘biggest gangsters in Haiti’
Canada must respect the Haitian people in their struggle for justice and self-determination. As members of the Atlantic Regional Solidarity Network (ARSN), we oppose the militarization of the Haitian National Police and any further steps toward military intervention, which could further escalate violence and entrench Core Group control against the will of the Haitian people.
Three years on, Mount Polley disaster a painful reminder of never-ending horror
Canada’s largest mine waste disaster on August 4, 2014, saw 24 million cubic metres of mine waste and water flushed into Hazeltine and Edney Creeks and Polley and Quesnel Lakes, all part of the Fraser River Watershed. The littoral area along the West Arm of Quesnel Lake was permanently altered by the Mount Polley spill, and there is no plan to stop polluting anytime soon.
Indigenous rights under attack: Canadian economic and political interests over human rights
No one defending their land and territory in Honduras is safe. That was the message that rang loud and clear after Berta Cáceres was murdered in her home on March 3. Cáceres, an Indigenous Lenca woman, mother and grandmother was founder of the National Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras.