Canada’s new controversial prostitution law causes ‘grave concerns’

Feb 17, 2015
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Sex worker advocates are warning Ontario Attorney General Madeleine Meilleur that Canada’s new controversial prostitution law will “force people in the sex trade in harm’s way.”


Meilleur is reviewing Bill C-36 and will file a report on the law to Premier Kathleen Wynne, who has expressed “grave concerns” about the federal Conservative government’s latest effort to deal with prostitution.

She asked for Meilleur to review the law and offer an opinion about whether it violates the constitution.

“We feel it will affect sex workers’ lives and safety,” said Jean McDonald, director of Maggie’s: Toronto Sex Worker’s Action Project, who expressed her concerns in a letter to Meilleur.

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