A closer look at how Canadians may be unknowingly contributing to child labour through their everyday purchases.
What do soccer balls, electronics and olives have in common? More than you may think. They’re part of an extensive list of over $34 billion of goods in Canada that have a high risk of being connected to child labour. Yet nearly half of the companies that sell these products have said little or nothing about their efforts to address labour abuses. That’s just not good enough.