The True Story of Canadian Human Trafficking Paul H. Boge Castle Quay Books Review by Madeline Van Hemert What is the subject? The haunting reality of human trafficking of Canadian…
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada is deeply concerned with today’s Supreme Court of Canada decision to strike down all three provisions of Canada’s prostitution laws, creating a legal vacuum. The current laws remain in place for one year, during which time the Government of Canada has the option to abandon them or implement new laws.
“If I don’t share my story, nobody’s going to know what’s happening in our world,” says Shannon Lynn, a speaker at the Caught in Traffick conference hosted by the Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada at Canadian Mennonite University, June 21–23, 2013.
IJM Canada commends Canadian government for proposed amendments to better protect victims from child sexual exploitation
International Justice Mission (IJM) Canada is encouraged by Sept. 16’s announcement from Prime Minister Stephen Harper that reinforces Canada’s commitment to protecting society’s most vulnerable citizens, both in Canada and abroad.