Since 2018, there have been nearly 400 shipments to Canadian businesses from Chinese companies accused of serious human rights violations. This was recently made public by a joint investigation by the Toronto Star (of course) and the Guelph Mercury Tribune. They allege that these products were manufactured at a concentration camp, called by the Chinese government, a re-education camp, in China's Xinjiang region. Chinese authorities are accused of human rights abuses, including torture, sterilization and forced labour.
In other words, Canadian shoppers are sometimes buying products made by chattel slaves instead of wage slaves.
We in the SPC want to abolish all forms of slavery.