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On the Chicago Sun-Times layoffs
There may be a darker side to friends relaxing in the sun and playing a game or three of backyard bocce while noshing a hot dog.
One of Canada’s largest mining companies, Goldcorp, has already invested enormous sums in a public relations campaign to improve its corporate image through partnerships with NGOs and gifts to public universities including UVic.
Can the UVic community work towards a clear understanding of corporate social responsibility?
Each year, students are invited to visit San Miguel Ixtahuacán, a community in the San Marcos district, to learn about the impact of the Marlin Mine.
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Enbridge’s proposed pipeline project is causing considerable unrest in the province, creating undue stress on First Nations groups that are opposed to these developments.
The latest news coming from Guatemala related to Escobar Mine could give us a glimpse of what Goldcorp currently does with regards to social and environmental concerns around their latest project.
In the May 17, 2001 Martlet issue, staff wrote an editorial piece that discussed the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) protests and their effect on the world and the provincial election.