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Canada Modern Slavery Act (Bill S-211): Regulatory Snapshot

November 8, 2023

Canada enacted legislation to combat forced labor and child labor, joining the UK and Australia. Companies that fall within the scope must annually report on their efforts to root out modern slavery across their supply chains.

The Act, Bill S-211, mandates public and stakeholder scrutiny of the forced labor and child labor track records of Canadian government institutions and private-sector companies to enhance their due diligence and proactively identify and eliminate modern slavery in their supply chains.

For a detailed understanding of reporting obligations and practical strategies to prevent the risk of modern slavery, get your regulatory snapshot today.

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