The Rise of Supply Chain Transparency Legislation: What is at Stake for Canadian Investors

Canadas trading partners abroad are expanding corporate reporting to address supply chain human rights due diligence, while here at home reporting remains voluntary and inconsistent leaving investors without consistent and reliable information on critical risk issues. These include, reputational risk related to adverse human rights impacts; operational risks of supply disruption or blocked shipments of goods made with forced labour; and, legal risk of court action by consumers, investors or workers.

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Categories: Supply Chains and Due Diligence
Author: Delaney Greig, Elise Dueck, Kevin Thomas