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Sustainable Sourcing and Bill S-211

At Fraserway RV, our mission is to inspire individuals and families to fall in love with the RV lifestyle. We do this through fostering a culture that not only offers unparalleled customer care, but which supports our communities both at home and around the world. We are fully committed to the principles outlined in Bill S-211 and take proactive measures to uphold human rights and ethical standards throughout our operations.

Read our full report on how Fraserway RV supports risk reduction of forced and child labour in Canadian Support Chains, below.

Bill S-211 - Compliance Report on Prevention of Forced or Child Labor in Supply Chains

Report Date: May 31, 2024

Executive Summary

This report has been prepared in compliance with the requirements outlined in Bill S-211, the Prevention of Forced or Child Labor in Supply Chains Act, enacted by the Government of Canada and which came into effect on January 1, 2024. The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of our organization’s efforts during the fiscal year commencing January 1, 2023 and ending December 31, 2023 to prevent forced or child labor in our business and supply chain.

Business and Organizational Structure

Fraserway RV (“Fraserway”) is the operating company owned by Fraserway RV GP Ltd, which is in the business of buying, selling and renting recreational vehicles throughout Canada. All Fraserway’s employees reside and operate within Canada. Fraserway recognizes the importance of upholding and promoting human rights principles and ensuring ethical practices throughout our business, our communities, and our supply chain.

Supply Chain

Fraserway sources recreational vehicles and associated products from approximately 120 suppliers almost exclusively located in the United States and Canada, neither of which are countries identified as elevated risk for forced or child labor. A significant majority of the goods we procure, by value, are manufactured in the US and Canada, though they may contain and/or we may procure products manufactured in 14 other countries including: Chile, China, Germany, Indonesia, India, Italy, Mexico, Malaysia, Nepal, Qatar, Chad, Thailand, Turkey, and Taiwan. A review of the specific products originating from these countries did not identify any goods which are considered at-risk for child or forced labour according to the US Bureau of International Labor Affairs. Source:

Policies & Training

Fraserway’s employment policy ensures that the company’s recruitment practices are compliant with Canadian Employment Standards, Human Rights legislation, and Canadian employment laws and regulations. This policy is issued to all employees as part of our onboarding process and is readily available for review on our intranet. In our plan for 2024, Fraserway will develop and administer training for all senior management and procurement personnel to ensure awareness of Bill S-211 and mitigate risks of child and/or forced labour in our business and Supply Chain.

Compliance Measures and Steps Taken

The enactment of this legislation which took effect January 1, 2024 has necessitated a supply chain risk assessment and a more in-depth review of our supply chain and human resource policies and procedures. For transparency, this review was performed in 2024 after the fiscal period covered by this report. Steps taken to improve compliance with this legislation will be outlined in the next annual report for the 2024 fiscal year.


Our organization remains committed to the principles outlined in Bill S-211 and takes proactive measures to prevent forced or child labor in our supply chains. Through ongoing diligence, engagement, and collaboration with stakeholders, we will continue upholding human rights and ethical standards throughout our operations.