Thursday, January 18, 2024
9 am - 10 am PST
10 am - 11 am MST
12 pm - 1 pm EST

Canada recently passed legislation that requires mid-sized and large businesses to report on the steps they have taken to prevent the use of forced labour and child labour in their supply chains. The Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act creates a new annual filing and reporting obligation for many businesses, and amendments to the Customs Tariff will broaden the range of situations in which imported goods may be detained by the Canada Border Services Agency.

Join our panel of experts from across the country as we discuss the new legislation, how it impacts your business and the steps that businesses can take to comply.

Continuing Professional Development

British Columbia

The session is eligible for 1 hour of CPD credit.


The content of this session may be included in the competencies outlined in the Professional Development Profile and may be eligible for inclusion in your personal Annual CPD Plan.


This program contains 1 hour of Substantive content.


This 1 hour course is offered by an accredited provider of mandatory continuing professional development. Participants will receive their certificate by email.


  • Keith Chatwin
  • Brendan Kennedy
  • Jean-Guillaume Shooner
  • Candace Cerone
  • Ian Trimble