Ottawa Creates Office to Investigate Human Rights Abuses Linked to Canadian Companies Abroad
More than a decade after the federal government created a “toothless” position to police Canada’s oil and mining companies operating overseas, Ottawa has announced there’s a new sheriff in town.
The Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprisse (CORE) will be an independent officer who will investigate allegations of human rights abuses linked to Canadian corporations operating abroad.
Oved, Marco Chown and Imai, Shin.
"Ottawa Creates Office to Investigate Human Rights Abuses Linked to Canadian Companies Abroad."
(17 January 2018):