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Tour Conference, Sunday 26 April 2009
The Question of Sustainability: An Examination of the Canadian Mining
Industry: environment, cultures, and economics
Visit the website: http://www.underminingsustainability.org
Watch video footage of some of the speakers: http://vimeo.com/4390581
Video footage of Tanzanian human Rights lawyer, Tundu Lissu: http://www.vimeo.com/4424713

Barrick AGM, Wednesday 29 April 2009
Protest Barrick Gold’s
http://www.protestbarrick.net/article.php?id=447 Shareholder Meeting
Read http://www.protestbarrick.net/article.php?id=451  the statement
from Jethro Tulin, of the Porgera Alliance http://porgeraalliance.net/
and the Akali Tange Association, Papua New Guinea
Read http://www.protestbarrick.net/article.php?id=452  the statement
from Sergio Campusano, President of the Diaguita Huascoaltinos, Chile
Media  http://www.protestbarrick.net/article.php?id=448 Release
Aboriginal  http://www.aptn.ca/pages/news/index.php?wmv=wednesday/six
Peoples Television Network (the Barrick protest news item is about ¾ of
the way through)
Indigenous Leaders confront Barrick  http://allan.lissner.net/?p=1312
Gold

Supporters show their  http://allan.lissner.net/?p=1335> Solidarity
with Affected Communities outside Barrick AGM
Free Speech Radio http://fsrn.org/audio/headlines-wednesday-april-29/4621 News:
"Canadian gold mining company raises ire of protestors"
Dominion Paper  http://www.dominionpaper.ca/weblogs/%5Buser%5D/2632
article Interview on http://www.cbc.ca/radioshows/AS_IT_HAPPENS/20090501.shtml Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation with Jethro

Update on Porgera, PNG MORE than 300 houses belonging to local landowners near the Porgera gold
mine in Enga Province, have been torched allegedly by policemen called
out to restore law and order in the district. Landowners have called on Mr
Kikala, Mr Baki, Barrick Gold and the National Government to explain
police action.
 
Background to Porgera http://www.protestbarrick.net/article.php?id=454 Crisis
Porgera  http://www.protestbarrick.net/article.php?id=449 up in flames
Barrick-Recommended http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2009/04/30/18592070.php Military
Force burns down hundreds of homes in PNG
PNG http://www.radioaustralianews.net.au/stories/200904/2557368.htm?desktop
villagers allege police destroyed homes