Social inclusion and mining policy in Peru

In the recent column on CIDA's mining partnerships, (RE: "The back-story to the CIDA-mining partnerships," Feb. 8), the author mentions that "thousands of Cajamarcans in Peru are protesting Newmont Mining Corp.'s proposed Conga mine that will destroy four lakes they depend on for their water supplies and livelihoods".

Published: Wednesday, 02/15/2012 12:00 am EST

In the recent column on CIDA's mining partnerships, (RE: "The back-story to the CIDA-mining partnerships," Feb. 8), the author mentions that "thousands of Cajamarcans in Peru are protesting Newmont Mining Corp.'s proposed Conga mine that will destroy four lakes they depend on for their water supplies and livelihoods".

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