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Marcus A. Sibley | It's been just over a year since the Bedford decision. We look back on what led to the decision, what has happened since and if sex workers have seen any benefit from the new law.
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Terri-Jean Bedford | Terri-Jean Bedford, one of three women who began a constitutional challenge of the prostitution laws, responds to Bill C-36.
Blog
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Sonya JF Barnett | Peter MacKay's latest nonsensical move is Canada's new sex work legislation. By framing all sex workers as 'victims' and all buyers as 'perverts' MacKay is actually endangering more lives.
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Jason Congdon | As Justice Minister Peter MacKay prepares to table new laws governing sex work, the debate about the Nordic model surges on. What is the Nordic model and is it useful for sex workers in Canada?
Columnists
Joyce Arthur | The question should be: how best can we ensure the safety and rights of sex workers? But the battle has become about how best to control sex work under the guise of "protecting" sex workers.
Columnists
Joyce Arthur | Imagine for a moment, if the debate over prostitution laws was aimed at other types of workers.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Rachel Moran, Bridget Perrier, and Kathleen Barry discuss the implications of Amnesty International's proposal to decriminalize prostitution and look at what's next for Canada's prostitution laws.