A report from The Guardian.
The Latin American Mission Program (LAMP) will be holding a presentation and dialogue on Canadian Gold Mining in the Dominican Republic.
The event takes place on Sunday, June 10 at 2 p.m. at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish Hall in Stratford, Ontario, Canada.
The key presenter will be Ryan MacRae who will speak from the Dominican Republic, using distance communication technology. MacRae is a missionary with LAMP in the Dominican where he has the opportunity to research the operations of GoldQuest Corp., a Vancouver-based company.
Canada has a long history of draining wealth out of the Dominican Republic and other countries of the Caribbean and Central America.
For decades Canada has lived off the profits of its corporations which have used Dominican farmland to produce beef, vegetables and fruit for North American markets. Mining corporations have extracted nickel, bauxite, copper, gold and silver…
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