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sixty nine containers of waste being loaded one by one onto a ship in the Philippines does day destination Canada , more than a hundred shipping containers of Canadian trash was sent to the Philippines for recycling in twenty thirteen and twenty fourteen but upon arrival they were discovered to contain municipal waste that had been wrongly labeled plastics a Philippine court in twenty sixteen to clad the two thousand four hundred tons of Canadian waste illegal prompting a long running row that is tested diplomatic ties last month Philippine president forgery could you tell us a threatened to go to war with Canada if it didn't take back its trash your garbage is coming home Canada said the waste was a private commercial transaction done without government consent it is a deplorable practices that a lot of countries especially in the global north do %HESITATION to get rid of the waste that they cannot process in their own countries so where ever we street happens %HESITATION it impinges on human rights of the people who works at the waist , the cargo ship will make a stopover in Taiwan on Friday before making the almost three week journey to Vancouver as a report that shipping cost of two hundred thousand dollars which the Philippines says Canada has sold it , the country has become the latest in Southeast Asia to take issue with developed nations they say using the region as a dumping ground for waste , earlier this week Malaysia sent back around three thousand tons of plastic waste to countries including the United States France Canada in person