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14 Dec 2020

Philippines: Killings of environment & land rights activists are allegedly caused by Canadian mining operations

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Activist and experts allege in a media report that the killings of environment and land rights activists are byproducts of Canadian mining operations in the Philippines. The media article mentions parent companies Barrick Gold, OceanaGold, and B2Gold, with statements from Barrick and OceanaGold.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited B2Gold to respond to the allegations in the report. B2Gold's response is linked below.

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