Canada
Mining Watch | 2-May-2019
We analyzed 38 multi-million dollar claims brought by the mining industry using ISDS and other investment protection laws; in over half, communities are fighting to protect Indigenous territory, water, and more.
Behind the Numbers | 2-May-2019
Canadian investors have frequently used the ISDS system to pursue their commercial interests abroad—too often to challenge responsible government policies taken in the public interest in developing countries.
EU Observer | 30-Apr-2019
But legality should not be our main concern here. There are much better approaches to international investment and we should be considering them.
Client Earth | 30-Apr-2019
In a disappointing judgment, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has ruled today that the investment court system in the Canadian EU trade agreement (CETA) is compatible with EU law.
CNCD-11.11.11 | 30-Apr-2019
Si le CETA et les accords semblables sont compatibles avec le droit, ils restent incompatibles avec les principes de justice climatique et sociale.
Stop ISDS | 30-Apr-2019
The judgement is disappointing but The case against ISDS (or its rebranded version ICS) has never been primarily a legal one. It is a moral one.
Amis de la Terre | 29-Apr-2019
30 organisations de la société civile demandent la fin du mécanisme d’arbitrage entre investisseurs et États qui bénéficie exclusivement aux investisseurs étrangers au détriment des Etats et des citoyens et mine la démocratie.
Al Jazeera | 24-Apr-2019
In 2015, Gabriel Resources sued Romania before of the ICSID, asking for a reported four billion dollars in damages, after protests halted plans for Europe’s largest gold mine.
Armenian Weekly | 18-Apr-2019
The company’s Canadian and British subsidiaries have already announced their intention to initiate arbitration proceedings against Armenia in accordance with bilateral agreements if the matter is not resolved.
CCPA | 10-Apr-2019
Many countries have become wary of the system and are restructuring or terminating their investment agreements. This is the ambience in which the Court of Justice will decide whether the CETA is compatible with EU law.

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