|Someone Else's Treasure: photo exhibit by Allan Cedillo Lissner
October 15th, 2008
Please join Toronto based photographer Allan Cedillo Lissner to discuss Someone Else's Treasure, an ongoing documentary project shedding light on the experiences of people around the world � including the Philippines, Tanzania, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Chile, and Canada � whose lives have been impacted by the global mining industry.
|Meeting Crashers: Anti-mining activists confront shareholders at AGM
by Veronica Islas, http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/1921
July 14th, 2008
It was the first time that Mexican Congressman Armando Barreiro, historian Juan Carlos Ruiz Guadalajara and hydraulic engineer Mario Martinez visited Toronto, but this trip was not a vacation.
|Bachelet Protested during her Berkeley Visit
by David Moderbach
June 12th Chilean president Michele Bachelet visited Berkeley, California and was met by some 30 persons protesting Chilean treatment of Mapuche communities, hydroelectric dams, and against Bachelet's support for Big Mining and Barrick Gold.
|Peter Munk interview at Indigo goes awry due to rowdy audience member
by Douglas Bell, Toronto Life
June 12th, 2008
Peter Munk interview at Indigo goes awry due to rowdy audience member
|ACTION ALERT: Protesters Demand Accountability Outside Barrick Gold's AGM
May 6th, 2008
On 6 May protesters gathered outside Barrick Gold's Annual General Meeting to protest the companies destructive mining operations around the world.
|International Indigenous leaders attend Barrick Gold's Shareholder's meeting
May 6th, 2008
Indigenous leaders from Papua New Guinea, Australia, and the United States traveled to Canada this week to attend the shareholders� meeting of Barrick Gold. Here, they will make statements about Barrick's operations on their lands.
|No a Pascua Lama
A wonderful montage on Barrick Gold by Paola Monti
|Protest Barrick Toronto joins Anti-Poverty Day of Action
by Protest Barrick Toronto
|Countering the Corporate Spin: Activists crash Barrick Gold's forum on "Canada's Reputation Abroad"
by Sakura Saunders, Special to ProtestBarrick.net
September 7th, 2007
Thursday, September 6, kicked off Merrill Lynch Canada's 13th Annual Mining Conference, an invitation-only conference for institutional investors, mining analysts and the executive management of North American mining companies. During this conference, the Canadian Institute for International Affairs hosted a forum on "Canada's Responsibility Abroad," a meeting stacked with industry representatives, attended by a government agency, and organized to promote Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the mining industry. The meeting was countered by a group of protesters outside and inside the forum; the protesters demanded mandatory regulation of the mining industry and handed out information illustrating the abuses of this industry abroad, including specific critiques of Barrick Gold pointing to their repeated misrepresentation of information in an attempt to appear socially responsible.
|Barrick Zine: the lowdown on Barrick and the Canadian Mining Industry
This 12-page zine offers a briefing on the Canadian Mining industry with a focus on gold mining and Barrick Gold.
|La Iglesia y la Comunidad del Valle del Huasco reafirman su compromiso por la Vida y contra la depredaci�n minera
by Luis Manuel Claps
August 15th, 2007
El 15 de agosto, las comunidades del Valle del Huasco se reunieron para celebrar a la Virgen Nuestra Se�ora del Tr�nsito, pero esta vez la fiesta centenaria, estuvo atravesada por una Caminata por la Vida, que denunci� los atropellos de la gran miner�a y defendi� la identidad agr�cola del Valle.
|Barrick Gold CEO gives shareholders cold shoulder at AGM
Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE)
There is really only one way to deal with disgruntled shareholders: hear them out. The opposite approach - shut them off - was taken two weeks ago by Barrick Gold President and CEO, Greg Wilkins. With shareholders waiting their turn to speak, he gavelled the controversial meeting to a close, short-circuiting potentially embarrassing questions.
|May 2nd Action against Goldcorp: No More Mining Terrorism
Photo essay on the May 2nd GoldCorp action, organized by Rights Action in Vancouver, Canada.
|2 Mai 2007 Journee Mondiale De Lutte Contre Barrick Gold Corporation
Dans le cadre des d�nonciations des impacts associ�s au d�veloppement de l�industrie extractive (mini�re, gazi�re et p�troli�re), un r�seau international s�est structur�, engag� sp�cifiquement � la d�fense de la qualit� de l�environnement, des droits humains et des droits autochtones face aux activit�s de la transnationale mini�re canadienne Barrick Gold Corporation.
|Open letter to Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and Directors of Barrick Gold in Toronto - May 2, 2007
Open letter to Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and Directors of Barrick Gold in Toronto - May 2, 2007
|Ancash citizens start new protests against Barrick Gold
Coordinadora Nacional de Radio
Various civil society organisations of the Huaylas Callej�n started a series of protests against the mining company Barrick Misquichilca. The company refuses to paralyse its exploration work on the Condorhuain mountain even though the area was declared.
|Barrick protesters arrested
by Lisa Wright, The Toronto Star
May 2nd, 2007
Two anti-mining protesters were arrested this morning outside Barrick Gold Corp.'s annual meeting at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
|Solidarity Actions in Canada
April 28th, 2007
|Protesters vow to continue gold mine protest
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
April 17th, 2006
Environmentalists are continuing to picket a New South Wales gold mine over the use of cyanide, which they claim will permanently poison the local water supply.
|Peru strikers clash over Barrick tax ruling
March 7th, 2005
Thousands of protesters angry at a court decision to waive a $141 million tax payment levied on Canadian miner Barrick Gold Inc. clashed with riot police in Peru's central Andes on Monday, the latest in a run of anti-mining protests in the mineral-rich nation.