In this report we examine just the tip of this iceberg, reviewing some of the most visible signs of Canadian business ties to forced labour abroad. Companies are importing into Canada large quantities of goods from industries in which forced labour is known to be rife. They are also importing products from specific manufacturers that allegedly use forced workers, including manufacturers whose products are banned from sale in the U.S. for this reason. Forced labour allegations or concerns have also been raised in relation to the overseas activities of Canadian firms, for instance those operating in Xinjiang.

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