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Publications from or about Canada’s National Contact Point (NCP)

Latest annual report

Canada’s NCP produces annual reporting, which aligns with the required annual questionnaire submitted to the OECD in fulfilment of Canada’s obligation as an adherent to the OECD Guidelines.

Read the 2022 annual report

Previous annual reports

The OECD also publishes Annual reports on the OECD Guidelines for MNEs.

OECD reviews

National Contact Points may periodically undergo peer reviews led by the OECD and other NCPs. A peer review looks at whether an NCP is functioning in a visible, accessible, transparent and accountable manner. It also explores whether the NCP handles cases in a way that is impartial, predictable, equitable and compatible with the Guidelines.

Peer reviews help NCPs to identify their strengths, along with areas for improvement.

The OECDs’ goal is to conduct a peer review for each of the 50 NCPs by the year 2023.

Canada’s peer review

Canada underwent its first peer review in 2018-2019. The review consisted of an evaluation of NCP operations, and included on-site sessions with the NCP and consultations with stakeholders. 

The NCPs of Belgium, Denmark and the United Kingdom participated in Canada’s peer review.

You can read the 2019 OECD peer review report here: 2019 Report of the peer review of the National Contact Point of Canada

How we have responded

The NCP has addressed several recommendations in the peer review by:

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