KAIROS Briefing Paper #8: The Cerro de San Pedro Case: A Clarion Call for Binding Legislation of Canadian Corporate Activity Abroad

In March 2005,  at the request of Mexican human rights partners and the  Broad Opposition Front (FAO), a KAIROS church leaders delegation traveled to the community of Cerro de San Pedro, Mexico. The church leaders were the first Canadian delegation not related to Metallica Resources mining operation to visit the community.  Delegates heard testimonies of the community’s decade-long struggle to stop  Canadian company Metallica  Resources from continuing its operations that the Mexican courts themselves have repeatedly determined to be illegal.


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