By The Canadian Press, June 12, 2017 

OTTAWA – A new report says Canadians could be unwittingly purchasing billions in dollars of goods made by child labourers in other parts of the world.

The report, to be released today by World Vision Canada, suggests imports of so-called risky goods into this country totalled $34 billion last year, up from $26 billion in 2012.

That’s a 31 per cent increase, which the group says should be a wake-up call to politicians and consumers alike.

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