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Reporting Update: Supply Chains Act (Bill S-211)

The measures introduced through Bill S-211, an Act to enact the Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act and to amend the Customs Tariff (the Act) aim to increase industry awareness and transparency and drive businesses to improve practices.

The Supply Chains Act comes into force on January 1st, 2024. Further details about the reporting process and guidance for reporting entities are now available here.

Guidance is available on preparing a report, on the application of the Supply Chains Act and on the required contents of the report, along with a list of helpful tools and resources.

Information session on the reporting process

Public Safety Canada is holding an information session on the reporting process for the Supply Chains Act on January 11th, 2024. You can register here.

Don’t forget—the deadline for submitting a report is May 31st, 2024. Inquiries about the Supply Chains Act may be sent to by email here.

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