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Path of Destruction: Canadian Mining Companies on Rampage Around the World
Asad Ismi Canada is the world’s leading mining nation. Sixty per cent of all public mining companies are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. About half of all mining capital is raised in Canada. Many Canadian mining companies have become notorious for damaging communities and the environment and fuelling wars and repression all over the […]
Canada is violating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: We’re the Major Supplier of Uranium for Nuclear Weapons: An Interview with Professor Jim Harding
By Asad Ismi and Kristin Schwartz While the U.S. appears to be on the verge of attacking Iran just for having a nuclear reactor, Washington and its allies continue to be the biggest nuclear proliferators in the world. Chief among these nuclear allies is Canada, which provides up to 40% of the world’s uranium, the […]
Enbridge Spreads Disaster in Colombia
By Asad Ismi In the December 2000/January 2001 Monitor, I reported that Enbridge Inc., one of Canada’s leading energy corporations, was linked to death squads in Colombia according to information provided by Amnesty International. Below, I examine the impact of this revelation in Canada as well as detail the further damage caused in Colombia by […]