• A Growing Problem

    The New York Times Editorial Board asked an important question over the weekend, one that has been asked often since the Landmine Monitor published its annual report last December: Why do landmines still kill so many? In 2016, at least 8,605 people were struck by landmines or Explosive Remnants of War (ERWs), including 2,089 fatalities. These […]

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  • Sri Lanka Joins Ottawa Treaty

    The Ottawa Treaty has gained its 163rd signatory! As of December 13, Sri Lanka has officially joined the Treaty and committed to both clearing the remaining minefields in the country and destroying existing stockpiles of anti-personnel landmines. Sri Lanka participated as an observer in the original Ottawa Process, but decided not to join officially due […]

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  • Canada promises $12 Million for Mine Action

    Global Affairs Canada (GAC) used today’s twenty-year anniversary of the Ottawa Treaty signing to announce a new $12 million contribution to international mine action. According to The Globe and Mail‘s Michelle Zilio, the new commitment will be on top of the $17 million Canada has already contributed to mine action this year. This new contribution will help […]

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  • Unfinished Business: The Ottawa Treaty at 20

    The twentieth birthday of the Ottawa Treaty is upon us! On December 4, 2017, representatives of the Canadian Landmine Foundation met with parliamentarians, government officials, diplomats, civil society, deminers and landmine survivors to celebrate the success of the Treaty and discuss how to meet the goal of a mine free world by 2025. These discussions […]

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  • Demining a War Zone: Landmines in Ukraine

    According to a recent report in the Washington Post, the Dunbas region in east Ukraine is quickly becoming one of the most mined regions in the world. Since the Russian annexation of the Crimea in 2014, use of landmines on both sides of the conflict has left a deadly legacy buried in Ukrainian fields. There have […]

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Matt Baker, Administrative Coordinator

Phone: (519) 885-5183
Toll-free phone: 1-866-346-5221
[email protected]

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c/o LCMSDS, Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON, Canada
N2L 3C5

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Saturday to Sunday: Closed

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