Government looking into Blackfire case

The Canadian Embassy in Mexico has quietly dispatched a diplomat to Chiapas to speak to anti-mining activists, weeks after a community organizer who led protests against a Canadian company was murdered and three men connected to the company arrested.

Laura Payton
Published: Wednesday, 01/20/2010 12:00 am EST

The Canadian Embassy in Mexico has quietly dispatched a diplomat to Chiapas to speak to anti-mining activists, weeks after a community organizer who led protests against a Canadian company was murdered and three men connected to the company arrested.

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