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In , they reported a sharp increase in the number of prostitution-related incidents recorded by police for , following two years of decline. Since these are police figures they are just as likely to reflect enforcement rather than actual activity. Separate reports have not been published since, but included in Crime Statistics in Canada. This translates into a change in The exact number of people in sex work is not known, since this cannot be collected reliably.
Estimates vary widely, and should be interpreted with caution. Drug use has been found to vary substantially by region and gender: However, all these figures need to be interpreted with caution and compared to the general population. Nearly all law enforcement of the anti-prostitution laws concerns the people involved in street prostitution, with the other forms of prostitution being virtually ignored. The enforcement generally focuses on the prostitutes, and not on their customers.
Consequently, it has become the target of criticism that, while designed to prevent public nuisance, it ignores public safety. In practice, the communication law has not altered the extent of street-based sex work, but merely displaced it, often to more dangerous locations. While sex work exists in all cities, one that has received a large amount of publicity is Vancouver  due to poor socio-economic conditions in the Downtown Eastside , and the murder of a large number of women working in the sex trade, a disproportionate number of whom were aboriginal.
Vancouver's milder climate may favour street prostitution. However sex workers and their support services in Vancouver have been very organised and vocal in responding to media criticisms.
The Robert Pickton murder of sex workers from the downtown eastside of Vancouver in the s and subsequent trials focussed national attention on the safety of sex workers under current legislation, which eventually led to court cases challenging the constitutionality of those laws. In , a public inquiry into missing and murdered women again drew attention to the interaction between safety and legislation.
In , a young Victoria man was convicted on charges relating to the prostitution of a child online. He was sentenced to three years in prison. Patricia Daly, chief medical health officer for Vancouver Coastal Health , was quoted as saying "Our message has always been that you should assume sex trade workers are HIV positive". This remark was criticised as offensive and inaccurate.
Subsequent correspondence showed this figure to be misleading. The data actually represented injectable drug users attending health services. With more health related problems in middle age groups . Saskatchewan 's HIV problems have received some publicity when health authorities blamed injectable drug users IDU and street sex workers in Child prostitution is illegal, but there are community concerns that it is a growing problem related to homelessness.
While expansive claims have been made as to its extent, expert reports conclude that such estimates cannot be relied upon. For instance, a report of the Justice Institute of British Columbia states that "Because of the illicit nature of commercial sexual exploitation, there is no way to accurately measure the number of children and youth being commercially sexually exploited.
Estimates of the number of commercially sexually exploited children and youth in BC vary greatly. Enforcement problems resulted from the reluctance of youths to testify against pimps , and the difficulty of apprehending clients.
The amendments addressed the Working Group report. This applied to pimps who coerce juveniles into prostitution through violence or intimidation, with a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison, and a maximum of 14 years.
Bill C extended some procedural safeguards to juvenile witnesses appearing in court, entitling them to testify outside the courtroom behind a screen or on video. Publication bans could protect the identity of complainants or witnesses under the age of The addition of an offence for obtaining or attempting to obtain the sexual services of a person whom the offender believed to be under 18 was intended to make enforcement of s.
It was intended that undercover agents rather than minors themselves would be used to detect such offences. C was given Assent in April The provinces then expressed concerns that convictions would be difficult to obtain because the Crown had to prove the belief of the accused as to the age of the young person, while the working group were unsure about the constitutionality.
Electronic surveillance was also explicitly allowed, and this was assented in March In June , provincial and territorial leaders declared child prostitution abuse rather than a crime and agreed to harmonise child welfare legislation. Several provinces and municipalities appointed task forces to implement the child as victim concept. Media reports claim that Vancouver has about street prostitutes under the age of 17, while some have claimed that many more children may be involved in indoor prostitution.
In smaller BC communities, the sexual exploitation of children is even less visible. It occurs in private homes, back alleys and parks, at public docks and truck stops, and on fishing boats. Some adolescents in care had advertised sex for sale on Craigslist when the erotic services category was still available. Craigslist removed this category on December 18, The Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act February provided that a child wanting to exit prostitution may access community support programs, but if not could be apprehended by police.
They could then be confined for up to 72 hours in a protective safe house , where they can receive emergency care, treatment, assessment and planning. However, in July , the law was ruled unconstitutional. Nevertheless, the government had already introduced amendments ensuring that when a child is confined they be informed in writing as to why they were being confined, its duration, court dates and the right to legal representation.
The child is also given an opportunity to contact Legal Aid and that they may request court review of the confinement. Amendments were also made to enable children to receive additional care and support, including extending the confinement period for up to five days and allowing for authorities to apply for a maximum of two additional confinement periods of up to 21 days each. In Winnipeg , evidence was given at a inquest that hundreds of children, some as young as eight years old, are selling sex to adult men for money, drugs and even food and shelter.
Ontario's child welfare legislation goes further than Alberta by allowing the province to sue pimps and others who sexually exploit children for profit, in order to recover the costs of treatment and services required by their victims. The numbers involved are disputed. A ECPAT report states that while according to Statistics Canada, between 10 and 15 per cent of people involved in street prostitution are under 18, this figure is viewed by most child advocates as a gross underestimate.
Most child-prostitutes do not work on the streets, but behind closed doors: So what pimps and recruiters do is keep them off-street," said Raven Bowen, from Vancouver. The report cited as causes of commercial sexual exploitation of children factors such as social isolation; low self-esteem; a dysfunctional family where violence and substance misuse were common; neglect; early sexual abuse or other traumatizing experience; dropping out of school; hidden disabilities, including Fetal Alcohol Syndrome—factors which pushed children into prostitution.
Many children had a history of provincial care in a foster or group home, or living on their own, but some youth from well-functioning families had left home after a traumatic event becoming at risk of sexual exploitation once on the street. Some children came from families where prostitution was practised by other members, or from communities where prostitution was common.
They found that some children were preyed upon by pimps who may slowly gain their trust, befriend them and provide them with food, accommodation and clothes before hooking them on drugs and alcohol and forcing them into sexual service. However, only a small proportion were found to be controlled in this manner, and older girls frequently introduced younger ones into the trade. Some pimps were considered as boyfriends, the report found.
Pimps may use romantic techniques to seduce young girls. Where pimps appeared to be involved in recruitment, they worked in areas where young people congregate such as food courts in malls, community centres and schools, preferring unsupervised venues including fast food restaurants and bus stops but also supervised locations including drop-in programs, group homes, juvenile detention centres, youth shelters and treatment centres.
In the early s, pressure was building for action on the sexual exploitation of foreign children by Canadian tourists travelling abroad, even though the extent was unknown, leading to the introduction of a number of private member's bills. C amended s. At the same time C simplified such prosecutions which had previously distinguished between prostitution and other forms of sexual abuse. In , Joy Smith introduced Bill C, An Act to amend the Criminal Code minimum sentence for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years.
This Bill amended Section MP Joy Smith worked with her colleagues across party lines to gain support for the legislation. The successful passage of a Private Members Bill is rare and it is only the 15th time in the history of the Canada that a Private Members Bill amended the Criminal Code.
Policy development around sex work in Canada is complex, divided across areas of jurisdictions and agencies. Issues that policy making bodies need to deal with include which jurisdiction should exercise powers, and which powers. There is debate on how far a government can go in terms of intruding into private lives, and even whether prostitution is actually a problem or merely part of larger problems. While the outdoor scene is the most visible and the one most likely to lead to complaints, there is an opinion that actions against them merely move the problem around rather than solve it, and that what harms there are in prostitution derive from public attitudes and inconsistent laws.
The legal status has been described as "quasi-legal" . Debate comes from feminists , civil libertarians , politicians and law and order officials. The debates range over morality, constitutional rights and freedoms, and the fact that it is one of the few areas of consensual sexual activity that is still subject to legal control.
Various government committees and task forces have made many recommendations, very few of which have been implemented. The most recent was the report of the parliamentary subcommittee on solicitation which split on ideological party lines, with recommendations for decriminalisation from the majority opposition parties, and for eradication by the minority government members.
The former majority Conservative government supported the prohibition of prostitution. Responding to the report, Prime Minister Stephen Harper stated "In terms of legalization of prostitution I can just tell you that obviously that's something that this government doesn't favour".
Such a move would likely be met with opposition from some feminists and women's organizations who are opposed to prostitution, which they consider to be a form of exploitation of women and of male dominance see Feminist views on prostitution. They point out that in Sweden , Norway  and Iceland  it is illegal to pay for sex the client commits a crime, but not the prostitute and argue that countries with a high commitment to gender equality don't tolerate prostitution.
On the other hand, other feminists and women's groups see the laws prohibiting sex work as oppressive of the labour of women and argue for their repeal as a basic human rights issue. In October , Conservative MP Joy Smith stated she was preparing legislation that would prohibit the purchase of sex.
In September , following the decision by the Supreme Court of Canada to allow sex workers in British Columbia to proceed with a constitutional challenge to the laws, the Justice Minister repeated the government's opposition to any change in the status quo.
Most public opinion polls, which were first introduced in , demonstrate a lack of understanding of the law, which could influence responses. The polls have also been frequently cited misleadingly. Young people were the most critical of prostitution: All age groups and all regions agreed, although there was regional variation  . As in other countries, debates around human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation often dominate the larger debate on prostitution.
These debates tend to be highly emotive and controversial, examples of which occurred following the Supreme Court's decision regarding the unconstitutional nature of Canada's prostitution laws. I now know that the police won't be patrolling or doing sting operations, so it's basically open season", while Karen Mykietka, president of the Alberta Avenue Community League, said to the media:.
Shortly following the decision of the Supreme Court, the police of at least 30 centres across Canada commenced a two-day investigation into human trafficking and sexual exploitation named Operation Northern Spotlight. The operation occurred on January 22 and 23, and focused on the hotel and motel establishments located on major arteries, as well as sex work venues. According to press reports, one arrest and two suspected human traffickers were identified in Ontario; police in York arrested and laid charges against a male individual and the names of two alleged human traffickers from Windsor were revealed as a result of the two-day blitz.
Part or all of the proceeds from the sexual encounters were kept by their adult male controller or pimp. In Edmonton, police vice unit Detective Steven Horchuk stated that police will continue to focus on the clients of prostitution, in particular cases involving exploitive circumstances, but would no longer press charges related to communicating for the purpose of prostitution due to the Supreme Court's decision.
At the same time a number of movements arose either advocating the eradication of sex work as exploitation, or for better protection of workers and decriminalisation based on human rights. A committee recommended both stronger sanctions to deal with the visible spectrum of sex work, but also wider reforms. In the law was made technically gender neutral and provisions for prosecuting communication were widened in , while special provisions for minors were enacted in None of this abated debate and currently the laws are under challenge in two cases based on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Servants Anonymous Society is a nonprofit women's organization  that provides aid to young women in exiting the sex industry. Such organizations have often been in the forefront of court challenges to the laws criminalizing aspects of sex work. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. History of prostitution in Canada.
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