Stop Canada's Child Labour Problem
You could be using products made by child labour and you wouldn’t even know it. A new gut-wrenching report was released today revealing that every year Canada imports around $34 billion worth of “risky products” — everyday goods with a high likelihood of being produced with child or forced labour.
Unlike France or the UK, Canada doesn’t have laws that force companies to publicly reveal their supply chains to prove their goods aren’t made by child labourers — even though 91% of Canadians want this kind of tougher legislation.
If thousands of us come together to speak up now, it could be enough public pressure to get the Trudeau Liberals to enact modern child labour legislation that requires companies to publicly disclose where they sourced their products and whether child labour was used.
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