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Published: February 22, In December, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down laws that made brothels, communicating for the purpose of prostitution and living off its avails illegal. Parliament now has a year to rewrite the laws. Over the next 11 months, the Sun will look at the issue from different angles through a periodic series of articles.
They can wake you up at 3 a. As the government mulls its response, the questions looms: How do we protect women like Annie who sell sex on our streets? About a third are aboriginal. Chris Rheaume said. Yet the last publicly announced john sweep was Dec. Rheaume says police target johns in response to community complaints and to protect sex workers — not punish them. It forces people to do things in unsafe spaces. People will always sell it and moving the focus from the seller and the buyer to just the buyer is not going to get rid of the demand or the supply.
Instead of trying to drive street workers out, communities, police and outreach groups could talk to them, find safe places where they can work, put up lights and make sure law enforcement will protect them. We certainly think that more focus should be put on the men who are out there buying sex and engaging in horrific acts.
Then she needs things like non-judgmental medical and mental health care, addiction treatment ready the moment she finds the courage to seek help and a safe place to go, like a drop-in centre. Paul, 27, was a sex trade worker of no fixed address and frequented Vanier, Lowertown and Overbrook, according to a Facebook page set up to find her.
Her killing remains unsolved. Anyone with information should call Ottawa Police major crimes at ext. Lawson lived in a shelter and had been involved in drugs and the sex trade. In February , Marc Leduc, 56, was charged with two counts first-degree murder in the slayings of Lawson and Pamela Kosmack, Her family said the loving mother of two had a problem with drugs, but denied she was in the sex trade as police believed. The big-hearted woman had worked the streets to support an addiction to crack and died a month after family members begged her to go to rehab.