Insight... Expertise... Results.

CONTACT INFO
  • Address: 4400 Town Center, Southfield, MI 48075-1104 USA
  • Phone: 1-248-358-3570
  • Email: memberinfo@aiag.org

Adding to Cart Adding to Cart...

Supply Chain Transparency Reporting Comes to Canada


Course Code: W24SCTR05

As of January 1, 2024, in-scope businesses required to report under this law ("reporting entities") must prepare and file their reports with the Canadian federal government, and post them in a prominent place on their website before May 31 each year. Among other things, these reports must include steps the reporting entity took in the previous financial year to prevent and reduce the risk that forced or child labor was used in the production of goods in Canada or elsewhere by the reporting entity, or in the production of goods imported into Canada by the reporting entity.

Since S-211 not only applies to Canadian businesses, but may also apply to organizations outside of Canada, this webinar will address key questions including: Which businesses must report, What needs to be included in these reports, Board approval and attestation of reports, The new mandatory questionnaire, Enforcement, offences, and penalties under S-211 connected to the prohibition on the importation into Canada of goods mined, manufactured, or produced, wholly or in part, by forced and/or child labor connected to the prohibition on the importation into Canada of goods mined, manufactured, or produced, wholly or in part, by forced and/or child labor.

Speaker: Stephen Pike, Gowling WLG

Approx. Run time: 63:03 minutes

scroll down for more information


Registration Options

Type Price
Member $0.00 Register
Non-Member $0.00 Register
There are no related publications identified at this time.
There are no related courses identified at this time.