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Montreal-area City Limits Erotic Businesses In Effort To Fight Sexual Exploitation

Montreal-area City Limits Erotic Businesses In Effort To Fight Sexual Exploitation

MONTREAL — Quebec's third-largest city is cracking down on sex-related businesses such as erotic massage parlours and swingers' clubs.

Montreal-area City Limits Erotic Businesses In Effort To Fight Sexual Exploitation

U.S. Border Data Fuels Canadian Visa Crackdown, Newly Released Figures Show

U.S. Border Data Fuels Canadian Visa Crackdown, Newly Released Figures Show
 
OTTAWA — A budding cross-border data exchange with the United States is quietly helping Canada crack down on immigration violators.

U.S. Border Data Fuels Canadian Visa Crackdown, Newly Released Figures Show

John Horgan Calls Kelowna West Byelection To Replace Former Premier Clark

John Horgan Calls Kelowna West Byelection To Replace Former Premier Clark

Premier John Horgan has called a byelection for the riding of Kelowna West on Feb. 14.

John Horgan Calls Kelowna West Byelection To Replace Former Premier Clark

New Trial Ordered For Sex Worker Who Says She Stabbed Client In Self-Defence

New Trial Ordered For Sex Worker Who Says She Stabbed Client In Self-Defence
The woman had been convicted for stabbing Douglas Barrett in the back in his Sydney, N.S., home on Sept. 19, 2015.

New Trial Ordered For Sex Worker Who Says She Stabbed Client In Self-Defence

Hijab-Cutting Case Highlights Ethical Issues With Putting Kids In Spotlight: Experts

Hijab-Cutting Case Highlights Ethical Issues With Putting Kids In Spotlight: Experts

 

Police said this week their investigation found the alleged incident didn't happen, just days after the girl and her family gave a detailed account during a high-profile news conference.

Hijab-Cutting Case Highlights Ethical Issues With Putting Kids In Spotlight: Experts

After Untrue Hijab Assault, Still Important To Denounce Hate Crimes: Kathleen Wynne

After Untrue Hijab Assault, Still Important To Denounce Hate Crimes: Kathleen Wynne

BARRIE, Ont. — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is defending her comments against hate crime following an alleged attack on an 11-year-old Toronto girl wearing a hijab that later turned out to be untrue.

After Untrue Hijab Assault, Still Important To Denounce Hate Crimes: Kathleen Wynne