Angelica Choc, Adolfo Ich Chamán’s widow, announces lawsuit in Canadian courts against HudBay Minerals for the murder of her husband.
Ontario judge rules against former Canadian Ambassador to Guatemala, Kenneth Cook, for slander (MiMundo.org involved).
MiMundo.org exhibit during Amnesty International Film Festival in Toronto.
MiMundo.org exhibits in Vancouver and Guatemala City.
Mining activities in the region have a long history of unleashing violence.
Six months after a violent eviction at the hands of a Canadian mining company, local Q’eqchi’ communities continue their resistance.
Kenneth Cook, Canadian ambassador to Guatemala, discredits footage by Schnoor and Rodríguez documenting violent evictions by Canadian mining company.
Video filmed and produced by Steven Schnoor. Still photography by MiMundo.org.
Q’eqchi’ Mayan communities in El Estor and Panzos are evicted by Canadian Mining Company CGN (Part III).
Q’eqchi’ Mayan communities in El Estor and Panzos are evicted by Canadian Mining Company CGN (Part II).
Q’eqchi’ Mayan community members of Barrio La Revolucion in El Estor await as an eviction order is issued by Canadian Mining Company CGN.
Along the northern edge of Lake Izabal, a Canadian-run nickel mining project has been the source of numerous social conflicts for over 45 years.