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21 Apr 2015

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www.just-style.org

What have Canadian firms done since Rana Plaza

A new report looking at the response of Canadian business to the Rana Plaza disaster suggests internal supplier auditing programmes are still not doing enough to address the risks. Two years after the devastating building collapse in Bangladesh, the Shareholder Association for Research & Education analused the response to the disaster by seven publicly traded apparel companies: Canadian Tire, Gildan Activewear, HBC, Loblaw, Lululemon, Reitmans and Sears Canada. 

[full report here]

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