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About the CNCA

Formed in 2005, the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability (CNCA) unites 41 human rights, environmental, labour, faith and solidarity groups, collectively representing over 3 million Canadians, to advocate for federal laws and regulations that will ensure Canadian corporations respect human rights and the environment when doing business around the world.

CNCA is hiring! Job posting: Director

The CNCA is seeking a highly motivated and visionary leader to fill the position of Director. Operating within a small team and working in a collaborative environment under the supervision of the CNCA Steering Committee, the Director provides strategic leadership to advance CNCA’s advocacy mandate and move CNCA’s priorities and positions forward to shift legislative and policy change.

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CNCA in Numbers

Member Organizations
Million Canadians
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Years Running
Unifying Objective


Pass a Due Diligence Law

A mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence law will hold Canadian companies accountable for their actions around the world.

Empower the C.O.R.E.

Canada’s Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise should have the power to compel witnesses and documents.

Make Canada Accountable

Canada’s financial, political and diplomatic support should not go to corporations involved in human rights and environmental abuse.

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