Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Canadian war profitors

Seventh day of pipeline blockade against multinational oil corporations in the Colombian region of Arauca

28 January 2013

Since Monday January 21st, approximately 1 500 people belonging to different social organizations of Arauca, maintain an on-going permanent pipeline blockade against oil extractive transnational corporations in different sectors of the region. Their objective is to reactivate the pacific mobilization of their demands to transnational oil companies and to the Colombian state.

Resistance in the South West

11 December 2012

Thousands march in the Southern Colombian town of Pasto to demand land rights and an end to militarization and large-scale mining .


On October 12, 2012, a few days before historic negotiations between the FARC and Colombian government started, thousands marched in the Colombian city of Pasto, Nariño to show their dissatisfaction with the current administration and their desire “to construct peace with social justice.”

Book Launch: “The Ugly Canadian”, Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy, by Yves Engler

9 October 2012 - 19:00
Author of the “Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy” & six other books, Engler has been dubbed “one of the most important voices on the Canadian Left today” (Briarpatch), "Canada's version of Noam Chomsky" (Georgia Straight), “in the mould of I. F. Stone” (Globe and Mail). His books have been praised by Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, Rick Salutin, Maude Barlow and many others.

CANCELLED : Target Canadians profiteers from the war in Columbia - THE CASE OF THE PACIFIC RUBIALES OIL COMPANY

17 October 2012 - 19:00


Colombian work union delegates will be visiting Montreal:

Project Accompaniment and Solidarity Colombia (PASC) invites you to meet three representatives of the worker's union (USO-Union sindical obrera) invited by the Canadian Union of Communication, Energy and Paperworkers (CEP).  The delegates will be in Montreal to share their experience of the various struggles encountered against a Canadian oil company, Pacific Rubiales.

Marketing Consent : Public relations underside of Canada's mining sector

1 September 2012

It’s no secret that Canadian mining companies are fanned out around the world. Conflicts linked to large-scale mining projects have come to the fore as some of the most intense social and environmental struggles in this hemisphere and beyond. But well outside of the headlines, another industry, one that purports to link Indigenous people internationally in order to benefit from resource extraction, has slowly taken off.