(October 27, 2010) Contact your Member of Parliament to show support for tonight’s third reading of Bill C-300.
Bill C-300, the proposed law that would give those affected by Canadian-backed mining projects in the Third World — both the Canadian taxpayers providing the funds and the Third World citizens hosting the mines — a say in projects accused of harming the environment or human rights, is coming up for a Third Reading vote tonight, Wednesday October 27, in Canada’s House of Commons. Early reports indicate that the vote will be very close.
Readers who want to let their Member of Parliament know what they think about this bill, should contact them now.
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