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What is and is not legal under Canada's new prostitution laws.
Canada’s new prostitution laws went into effect over the weekend, and already they are prompting concern and doubt. And confusion — always good when you’re at risk of jail time if you don’t understand the law.
The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, which replaces former laws that have been shot down as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, are meant to give sex workers the ability to protect themselves, and create avenues to help get them out of the industry.
But those on the ground have complained that they still can’t tell what is legal and what is not.
“The rules and regulations are still hazy,” Cameron Diablo, a Victoria, B.C. sex worker, told the Victoria Times Colonist .
“We’re unsure about licensing, legality, if we live near schools but work indoors, landlord-tenant regulations with the new law, advertising. The list is endless with the detailed questions my group of colleagues and I have come up with.”
It is not a great sign for a set of laws that were written with the intention of clarifying the murky legality of the sex industry in Canada.
Prostitution is legal in Canada, but the country’s former set of laws made almost everything around it illegal. The Supreme Court of Canada shot down those laws last year, calling them unconstitutional, and gave the government one year to replace them.
Justice Minister Peter MacKay unveiled the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act earlier this year, which criminalizes buying sex, profiting from the sale of sex, and third-party advertising.
The changes were not well received. Several groups and agencies, including the Canadian AIDS Society and the Native Women’s Resource Centre, continue to oppose the new laws.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she has asked the province’s attorney general to investigate the laws and advise her on their “constitutional validity.”
“I am not an expert, and I am not a lawyer, but as premier of this province, I am concerned that this legislation (now the law of the land) will not make sex workers safer,” reads Wynne’s statement.
Regardless of the confusion and opposition, the bill is now law, and the country’s sex industry is bound by them.
So let’s take a look at what is legal, illegal and up for debate under the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act:
IT IS LEGAL to communicate with the intention of selling sex, in some circumstances. This is a key change from the previous laws, which made it illegal to negotiate the sale of sex at any time. The change arguably fulfills a key concern raised by the Supreme Court ruling.
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