Statement from Beatrice Littlechief on Bill C-36 "At 14 years old, I was forced to sell my body to a middle aged white man who said as I wept, that he would take it easy and then proceeded to have sex with me.  I was also in fear of my life if I didn't follow through.   I was alone and scared and only wished that there was someone there to help me.   He thought this was ok to do this to me, but somehow mainstream society thought I was the one in the wrong."  Click to read more >>

Statement from Beatrice Littlechief on Bill C-36

"At 14 years old, I was forced to sell my body to a middle aged white man who said as I wept, that he would take it easy and then proceeded to have sex with me.  I was also in fear of my life if I didn't follow through.   I was alone and scared and only wished that there was someone there to help me.   He thought this was ok to do this to me, but somehow mainstream society thought I was the one in the wrong."  Click to read more >>

In Committee from the House of Commons - Justice and Human Rights - July 10, 2014 The committee resumes its hearings on the federal government’s proposed prostitution legislation (C-36). MPs hear from Glendyne Gerrard representing Defend Dignity (go to timecode 00:37:15), The Christian and Missionary Alliance (July 10, 2014)

In Committee from the House of Commons - Justice and Human Rights - July 10, 2014

The committee resumes its hearings on the federal government’s proposed prostitution legislation (C-36). MPs hear from Glendyne Gerrard representing Defend Dignity (go to timecode 00:37:15), The Christian and Missionary Alliance (July 10, 2014)


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If you suspect someone is being sexually trafficked or exploited please contact Crime Stoppers  1.800.222.8477 or call the Human Trafficking National Crisis Line  1.866.528.7109


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