We need legislation that holds companies accountable

Canada imported $34 billion worth of products that are at risk of being connected to child or forced labour in 2016.  More than 1,200 companies operating in Canada are at high risk of importing these goods connected to child or forced labour. That is not right, just or the Canadian way.

Right now, it's nearly impossible for Canadians to be fully informed consumers. We don't know what-if anything- the companies and brands we buy from are doing because there is no legal requirement from them to ensure their supply chains are ethical.

Sign the petition if you believe:

"The Government of Canada should commit to supply chain legislation in Canada that requires companies to report and take action on human rights concerns in their supply chains. No child should be exploited in the making of our products."

Take Action Against Canada's Connection to Child Labour

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Sign this petition if you believe the Government of Canada should commit to supply chain legislation in Canada that requires companies to report and take action on human rights concerns in the making of their goods. No child should be exploited in the making of our products.

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