Fighting Against Forced Labour

Canada Bill S-211 – Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act-
May 2024

Policy Statement
The Roy Foss Automotive Group, a distinguished steward of two of Canada’s premier General Motors dealerships has epitomized excellence in the automotive industry for over six decades and across three generations. We are proud to pledge unwavering support for Canada Bill S-211- the Fighting Against Forced Labor and Child Labor in Supply Chains Act. Recognizing the profound importance of this legislation, we are dedicated to ensuring that every aspect of our supply chain remains free from forced labor, prison labor, and child labor.
As a certified dealer, we operate under contracts for sales and service with the Canadian subsidiaries of the following Original Equipment Manufacturers (company names). For all vehicles, parts, equipment, and service covered by those agreements; we refer you to their submission.

Transparency and accountability shall serve as our guiding principles. Roy Foss Automotive Group shall uphold the spirit of Canada Bill S-211 by meticulously documenting and publicly disclosing our efforts to combat forced labor, prison labor, and child labor within our supply chains. Our commitment to transparency includes diligently furnishing detailed reports, ensuring full compliance with the legislative requirements.

To learn about General Motors Canada’s efforts to prevent and reduce the risks of forced labour and child labour in its supply chains, please click here.

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