what is the prostitution law in canada

Human trafficking is simply the transportation of women for the purpose of prostitution.
The action claimed that the City of Edmonton was "living off the avails of prostitution" by imposing such a high licence fee.In the report, three strategies were considered; criminalization, decriminalization, and rue des prostituées limoges regulation.Furthermore, it even more strongly unbalances the article overall by presenting the prohibitionist argument as the one with research backing, but not the pro-legalization one.This article gives only the anti-prostitution position position.Moran believes countries like Germany, Australia, and Nevada will be held to account, historically, for human rights violations against peoplemainly womenas far as legalized prostitution is concerned.It just lists arguments that one side of the debate has.Specifically, these addressed funding for research and more control of harassment or obstruction.However, the interim measure was rescinded after the enactment of new legislation in December 1985.
Prohibitionism in red : Prostitution illegal.
Can anyone help out?Iamcuriousblue ( talk ) 07:10, (UTC) I think all the countries with a particular legal approach to prostitution should be listed out in full.Interviews were conducted with police officers, Crown prosecutors, defence lawyers, judges, prostitutes, customers, pimps, social agency staff, and business people and residents.Subsequent comments should be made in a new section on the talk page.The idea behind this framing is that one situation is chosen while the other is not.Sextrade 101, an organization led by sex trade survivors that aims to abolish prostitution.AlekNovy ( talk ) 01:02, 7 February 2010 (UTC) Nevermind, I didn't notice it was already tagged as "neutrality disputed" for that section specifically."Pornography and Prostitution in Canada - Report of the Special Committee on Pornography and Prostitution - Summary", Department of Justice Canada, 1985.Meanwhile, according to Equality Now the experiments with legalization in places like the Netherlands and Germany have failed drastically and, as a result, politicians and womens groups are now pushing for new laws.

Changing women, changing history: a bibliography of the history of women.
However it soon became clear that there were now new problems.
Anyway, what do you want me to do about it now?