Canadian shopper holding a bag of groceries and looking at a receipt from his recent purchases.

Canada has a child labour problem

Canadians may be unintentionally contributing to child and forced labour.  Because in Canada, it's nearly impossible to know if a child was forced to grow the food you eat, make the clothes you wear or the products you buy.

Large corporations in Canada are not required by law to look for child labour in their supply chains or be transparent about what they find.  It's time to change that.

Canada needs supply chain legislation now.

Sign the petition if you believe:

"The Government of Canada should introduce supply chain legislation that requires companies operating in Canada to report and take action on human rights concerns, including child labour, in their supply chains."

 

Canada has a child labour problem

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Goal: 200000

Sign this petition if you believe the Government of Canada should introduce supply chain legislation that requires companies operating in Canada to report and take action on human rights concerns, including child labour, in their supply chains.

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