The Canadian gold mining company has been plagued for years by allegations of human rights violations and environmental destruction at its mine in Papua New Guinea.
New data showing how much companies like Barrick Gold give back to countries they mine in is now available online
Joycelyn Mandi and Everlyn Guape travelled from Papua New Guinea to Toronto in order to tell their stories.
Women travel from Papua New Guinea to tell their stories of sexual assault to a Canadian mining company as government considers new mining ombudsman’s office
Canadian company Barrick Gold says it is investigating new allegations of violence near its Papua New Guinea mine
But Barrick Gold, the Canadian mining giant that co-owns the mine in Papua New Guinea, insists all the allegations are being taken "very seriously."
Filmmaker Holly Fifer's Hot Docs premiere is not the documentary she's spent the last four years making. After a legal injunction forced her to redact major portions of the film, she faces a dangerous legal precedent.
The mines owned and operated by Barrick Gold have been the scenes of human rights abuses and environmental disaster world-wide. The company says it's striving to do better, but activists aren't convinced.
Barrick Gold, headquartered in Toronto, disputes that any rapes by its security guards have happened since 2010, saying they have a mechanism of reporting human rights abuses.
At least 130 women were raped by security guards at Barrick Gold Corporation’s open pit mine in Porgera, Papua New Guinea. Some say the compensation they received was inadequate.
Nearly a year after a vacancy for a job overseeing Canada's mining industry began, the position remains open. Critics say the Harper government's willingness to drag its feet on appointing someone is indicative of the problems Canada faces when dealing...
The Diaguita say that the mine threatens the mountain glaciers that provide water for them and their agricultural land.