Chevron and Donziger take their battle to Canada

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Call it the case that never ends. For 23 years, Chevron, the San Ramon-based oil giant, has been fighting charges that it is responsible for polluting an area near the homes of 30,000 villagers along the Amazon River in Ecuador. But after getting smacked with a $9.5 billion judgment, Chevron has rallied, putting together a string of victories in court. On Monday, the case moves to another venue in yet another country — Canada.

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