Protect Canada’s Prostitution Laws

 

Canada's prostitution laws are outlined in the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act (PCEPA).

PCEPA is designed to fight sexual exploitation. Under PCEPA, buyers of sex, pimps and sex traffickers are prosecuted while prostituted women are given supports to help them exit the industry.

These laws are under review and could be repealed. We need to act together to protect Canada's prostitution legislation.

Please read on, watch the video, and  take the action steps below to make a real difference.

 

Listen to Survivors.


Some special interest groups are lobbying our government to fully decriminalize prostitution in Canada. This would legitimize the buying of sex as a "economic transaction".

We believe any prostitution law should be survivor-informed. So what do survivors of prostitution have to say about this?

Find out in our new video "End Demand, End Exploitation". It features four Canadian survivors discussing the real harms of prostitution, why Canada's current "End Demand" laws work, and why full decriminalization works against women's equality.


Take Action


Your Member of Parliament needs to hear from you!
Ask them to keep PCEPA in place.

1

Call or email your MP.

You can also request to set up a Zoom meeting with them.


Find your MP's Contact Info

Helpful Talking Points

Point your MP to the following resource page. It contains the video and other important info.

Resource Page for Your MP

2

Send this pre-written letter to your Member of Parliament. Once you fill in your address, it will automatically select your MP.

Be sure to add a few lines of your own to ensure the letter will be read.

3

Get loud on social media!

Share our video and talk about the importance of keeping PCEPA in place.

Be sure to tag your MP.

#PCEPA #EndProstitution #EndDemand #EndExploitationEndDemand
#BelieveSurvivors #EndProstitution #EqualityModel #Canada

Learn More

Our 4-part blog series “Prostitution in Canada” is a great resource for better understanding the deeper issues behind prostitution and Canada’s prostitution laws.

Access Blog Series

Feedback

Did you phone or zoom your MP? If so, it’s very helpful for us to hear about your experience so we can follow up with your MP.