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Corporate Ethics Czar Launches Forced-Labour Probes Into Nike, Dynasty Gold In China

July 14, 2023

Ottawa's corporate-ethics watchdog has announced investigations into a gold-mining corporation and the Canadian branch of Nike over the possible use of forced labour by China's Uyghur minority in their supply chains.  "These are very serious issues that have been brought to our attention," Sheri Meyerhoffer, who is the Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise, told reporters Tuesday.  "

GC Business Insights: July 2023 / Info-affaires GC : juillet 2023

July 8, 2023

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US-Mexico-Canada trade meeting to skirt major disputes, USTR says

July 8, 2023

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai's meetings with North American trade partners Canada and Mexico this week will not delve deeply into major disputes over Mexico's biotech corn and energy policies nor Canadian dairy access, a senior USTR official said on Wednesday.

CBSA-CSCB Joint CARM In-Person Sessions - Coming in June 2023!

May 26, 2023

Kerri-Anne Whittaker, Vlad Omazic and Eric Trudel from the CBSA CARM Team will be travelling across Canada during the month of June to join the CSCB in presenting a series of in-person sessions on the key changes coming with the full implementation of CARM this October 2023.

Enforce the CUSMA or it won't be 'worth the paper it's printed on,' top U.S. business leader says

May 16, 2023

The Canada-U.S.-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA)  is at substantive risk unless the three partners are held accountable for continuing to violate aspects of the deal, the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says.