Tag Archives: #Mining

May 3rd, 2019: Canada’s Role in Venezuela Crisis

Most people are familiar with the bad actors in the Trump administration that are trying to overthrow the Venezuelan government of Nicolas Maduro, along with the right-wing governments in Latin America that are supporting the US in regime change. Flying under the radar is Canada’s role in the Venezuelan crisis. So the LMC speaks with Donald Kingsbury, whom is a lecturer in Political Science & Latin American Studies @ the University of Toronto, about Canada’s own unique set of skills in regime change.

April 21st 2017: Canadian Imperialism in Latin America

The LMC goes north of the border to speak with Todd Gordon, the author of “Imperialist Canada” and “Blood of Extraction: Canadian Imperialism in Latin America.” Todd Gordon is an assistant professor of social justice & community engagement at Wilfred Laurier University in Brantford, Ontario Canada. His latest article is www.jacobinmag.com/author/todd-gor…ffery-r-webber/


April 7th 2017: El Salvador Mining Ban

Laura Embree-Lowry, the program director for CISPES, joins us to discuss the historic mining ban in El Salvador. She’ll explain how El Salvador became the first country in the world to ban all metallic mining nationwide and about the activists whom risked their lives to fight for social and environmental justice. Learn more at cispes.org/