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24 March 2020

Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise calls for input on draft Operating Procedures (deadline: 25 April)

The Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise (CORE) is holding public consultations on the CORE’s draft Operating Procedures, including its compliance and dispute resolution framework. The Operating Procedures are below, as well a letter...

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17 March 2020

Analysis of impact of recent legal decisions for corporate accountability in the Americas

Author: Nicolàs Carrillo-Santarelli

"Crossing the Rubicon: Major Developments on the Human Rights Obligations of Corporations" 12 March 2020...

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16 March 2020

Canada, US and Mexico: All three countries ratify new trade agreement (USMCA) promising to promote agricultural trade and jobs

Author: Food and Business News

“Canada joins US and Mexico in ratifying USMCA”, 16th March 2020...

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13 March 2020

Canada: Lush pushes Canada to accept US asylum seekers arguing US is not safe for migrants

Author: Stephanie Levitz, Financial Post

"Cosmetics company Lush calls for end of Safe Third Country deal with U.S.", 5 March 2020...

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13 March 2020
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Author: Jérôme Blanchet-Gravel, Sputnik News

"Travail forcé en Érythrée: «Les minières étrangères savent que les États africains sont dépendants»", 9 mars 2020...

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12 March 2020

Canadian Supreme Court Allows Corporate Liability for International Law Violations

Author: Preston Lim, LawFare

On Feb. 28, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered a landmark judgment in the case of Nevsun Resources Ltd. v. Araya. This case raised a largely unexplored question in Canadian law: whether plaintiffs can bring civil claims in Canada for human rights...

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5 March 2020

Canadian Firm Can Be Sued for Alleged Eritrea Abuses

Author: Laetitia Bader, Human Rights Watch

Canada’s Supreme Court has just ruled that a Canadian mining company which had operations in Eritrea can be sued in Canada for alleged abuses abroad. The ruling, made last Friday, sets a groundbreaking precedent....

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4 March 2020
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3 March 2020
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2 March 2020

Canada: Supreme Court rules Canadian courts can hear case against Nevsun Resources for human rights abuses allegedly committed in Eritrea

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