Selling Sex: Bill C-36, Prostitution, and the Canadian Constitution

Alexis Mulvenna Last December, prostitution was forced on to the federal agenda when the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously struck down all three related Criminal Code provisions as unconstitutional, giving Parliament just one year to put forth new legislation. The Court was responsive to arguments made by the applicants in Canada v Bedford under section […]

Selling Sex in Canada

Natasha Segal On Thursday, June 20, Selling Sex: Experience, Advocacy and Research on Sex Work in Canada was launched at a party hosted by Maggie’s: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Project, featuring a giant singing vagina and a cake courtesy of –where else?—Frostitution. The cabaret book launch also included readings by Tor Fletcher, Jane Doe, […]