Forced Labour in Canadian Supply Chains
May 15, 2024


This report is Fort St. John Co-op’s response to comply with Section 11 of the Fighting Against
Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act (the Act) for the financial year ending
February 3, 2024. 

For the purposes of the Act, Fort St. John Co-op meets the entity definition by having a business in Canada, doing business in Canada, and meeting the threshold criteria for revenue, assets and employees. Fort St. John Co-op is incorporated provincially and is obligated to submit a report to the Minister of Public Safety and provide a public report in response to the Supply Chains Act by May 31, 2024.

Fort St. John Co-op is committed to continuous improvement in the areas of identification and remediation of forced and child labour in operations as well as local and global supply chains. Further, Fort St. John Co-op is committed to respecting all human rights, in accordance with applicable law and the principles set forth in international standards, including the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Rights of Indigenous Peoples and UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

Guided by core values of Integrity, Commitment and Responsibility, Fort St. John Co-op is committed to making ethical business decisions and taking proactive measures to address issues such as forced and child labour.

For details, see the Supply Chain Act below.

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