The past year has seen a renewed spotlight turned on the commercial sex trade, as a number of countries reassess their laws against prostitution. The international attention garnered by these debates shifted to Canada this past December, when the country’s highest court ruled a number of anti-prostitution laws to be unconstitutional. The laws will remain in place for one year in order to give the federal government time to draft new legislation.

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