Legislating supply chain transparency

Should Canada follow the lead of other countries to prevent human rights abuses?

In late February, the French government passed a new law requiring companies to establish and disclose plans and processes to address and prevent human rights abuses in their global supply chains. The Netherlands also proposed legislation that, if passed, would require companies to address risks of child labour in their supply chain.

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