The Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability (CNCA) is a group of non-governmental organizations, churches, trade unions and other civil society organizations who are concerned with the detrimental human rights and environmental impacts of Canadian companies operating abroad.
The CNCA is calling for the Canadian government to move beyond voluntary corporate social responsibility measures and to enact regulation, particularly of extractive industries.
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