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Alice Klein | NOW has run ads for sexual services throughout its history, because as a publication that stands for human rights and free expression, it has refused to discriminate against sex work and sex workers.
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Joyce Arthur | In an act of "sick and twisted" irony, Canada's new prostitution law takes effect on December 6, the anniversary of the Montreal Massacre and a day now set aside to mourn violence against women.
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Elene Lam | The criticism of Bill C-36 has been well documented. And, we need to continue to examine its effects especially on racialized and migrant sex workers.
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Joyce Arthur | On Thursday, November 6, seven masked sex workers spoke at a press conference in Vancouver to give specifics on how Canada's new prostitution law will harm them.
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Julia Smith | The Canadian government has one year to draft new sex work legislation and must consider the risk of HIV infection in this decision. Which model for sex worker legislation is best for preventing HIV?
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Joyce Arthur | Imagine for a moment, if the debate over prostitution laws was aimed at other types of workers.
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Maggie's Toronto Sex Workers Action Project | Several sex workers' organizations have joined together to condemn the recent police activities that use deception and intimidation to investigate trafficking and exploitation.
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rabble staff | The Supreme Court of Canada has voted unanimously today to strike down Canada's anti-prostitution laws and give Parliament one year to come up with new legislation.
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DJ Joe (left), speaks at a press conference Feb 27 alongside Katrina Pacey.
David P. Ball | Advocates in Vancouver hope a new resource for survival sex workers will help hold police accountable -- the newest development in a simmering controversy over Canada's prostitution laws.
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Sarah M. | Despite decriminalization of indoor sex work, the Ontario Court of Appeal's decision on prostitution laws is a disappointment for sex workers.
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Pivot Legal Society | Today the Ontario Court of Appeal announced its ruling on the constitutionality of Canada's prostitution laws. Pivot is heralding the decision as a partial victory.
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Sarah Mann | In Toronto last weekend and coming to Montréal at the end of the month, Les Demimondes brings Prostitution Herself to the stage to confront sex worker misrepresentation.