Impacted community members will be joining human rights and environmental rights activists at Barrick’s Annual General Meeting (A.G.M.) for the 10th year in a row. They will be highlighting:
- Adequate compensation for 120 women raped by Barrick guards in Papua New Guinea.
- Opposition to Barrick’s Veladero mine which spilled 1 million litres of cyanide into the river system in Argentina.
- Villagers seeking resettlement away from Barrick and Goldcorp’s leaking Pueblo Viejo mine in the Dominican Republic
- Creation of laws in Canada that hold Canadian corporations accountable for crimes committed in developing countries.
The meeting will take place Tuesday April 26, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre: 255 Front St, Toronto.