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Old 03-27-2012, 02:47 PM   #1
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Default Canada make a step in the right direction. Prostitution inside!

http://blogs.canada.com/2012/03/26/p...you-can-do-it/


Prostitution in Canada: You can’t talk about it, but you can do it.

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When buying and selling sex in Canada is legal, how do you decide what parts of Canada’s Criminal Code criminalizing prostitution-related activities are unconstitutional and deserving of abolition?

Look at the decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal in Canada v. Bedford 2012 ONCA 186 and recognize that while you still cannot communicate in public or in a motor vehicle to discuss the sale of sex, you can sell sex, just like before, without fear of arrest, and in twelve months you can legally offer sexual services from your own bedroom, without being charged for running or occupying a “common bawdy-house”.

So, what is a “common bawdy-house”? The words are used interchangeably with “brothel” and connote vulgarity, indecency, and debauchery. The Ontario Court did not strike down the law on keeping or occupying a common bawdy-house, rather they deleted the word “prostitution” from the definition section which now reads:

“a common bawdy-house is a place kept or occupied for the purpose of prostitution or the practice of acts of indecency”.

With one stroke of a judicial pen, sex workers can soon legally offer their services from their home, an option that was otherwise unavailable to them. Without this change in the law, sex workers can only work the streets or meet their “dates” in a hotel or a client’s home.

The crime of keeping or occupying a common bawdy-house was legislated to combat neighbourhood disruption or disorder and safeguard public health and safety, however, the Court today ruled that the safety of working girls is more important than maintaining a quiet neighbourhood, recognizing the extreme risks of harm that befall street sex trade workers.

The Court also held that the law against “living off the avails of prostitution”, while intended to target pimps, was inadvertently outlawing reasonable services required by prostitutes including drivers, spotters, and bodyguards. Thus, the Court inserted language into the Criminal Code that only bars commercial relationships between prostitutes and their service providers where the relationship is conducted “in circumstances of exploitation”.

The decriminalization of these Criminal Code provisions raise difficult issues that fall along ideological lines. Prime Minister Harper is on record as saying that prostitution is bad for society and harmful to communities. .

Meanwhile liberal factions believe the Court’s tinkering with the law does not go nearly far enough. They seek complete decriminalization of prostitution laws as modeled by the Netherlands experience.

For Canadians, the jury is out until the Supreme Court of Canada rules on the issue or the Harper government takes a stab at enacting laws that maintain the illegality of prostitution-related offences without offending the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the protection of life, liberty and security of the person.
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Old 03-27-2012, 02:49 PM   #2
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you can hear hotelpro packing from over here.
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Old 03-27-2012, 02:59 PM   #3
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When you think of Canadian whores, I bet you get all moist... Way up here at a young age we boys learn the art of being able to determine the relative bewb/rear-end hotness of women clad with big puffy winter jackets and snow-pants and other clothing.

I heard 2 seconds of it via the news last night, that the courts reversed some decision making it legal or something, but I havent read the OP article YET... lol... Naw...... I ain't payin fer sex, I can get it for free but if I was a teenager or severely desperate I might consider it
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:01 PM   #4
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At least his whores will have a set market price. Yours vary by how many 40's they have to toss down their gullet to blow you.



























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Old 03-27-2012, 03:03 PM   #5
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If Canada would criminalize the weather up there I'd move in a heartbeat..
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:29 PM   #6
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Canadian Hookers.




Let's dwell on that for a minute.
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"hey derr guy, want a blowie eh?"
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:39 PM   #8
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Let's dwell on that for a minute.
Well their strippers are super hot and young so their hookers should be mostly hot and not old...
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:45 PM   #11
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Now I've got someplace to spend my new see through plastic $50 bills!!!

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Aboot how much does canuck p*ssy cost?
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Now I've got someplace to spend my new see through plastic $50 bills!!!

You failed to mention that two of those red bills are worth more than a "Benjamin"... You can get a lot of Timmies with a red one, sadly I haven't held one in a long time.
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Old 04-03-2012, 07:27 AM   #19
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Canada ranks 5th happiest country in world: UN report

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Canadians are a cheery bunch — but Quebecers are the cheeriest of us all, according to a new United Nations report on the state of global happiness.

The first-ever World Happiness Report revealed that the last 25 years have been especially satisfying for francophone Quebecers, compared to Canadians in other provinces.

“(They) have had, in the decades following Quebec’s Quiet Revolution, steadily growing life satisfaction compared to residents of the rest of Canada,” the study said, suggesting favourable “social changes” outweigh income growth.

The study, unveiled Monday at the UN’s three-day Conference on Happiness, hosted by Kingdom of Bhutan, also found the world as a whole has become a “little happier” in the last 30 years.

As a country, Canada ranked fifth behind a quartet of northern European nations — Denmark, Finland, Norway and the Netherlands, in that order — but well ahead of the United States and the United Kingdom, which ranked 11th and 18th, respectively out of 156.

Pointing to the “five important facets of life” — family, good health, income, sense of freedom and lack of corruption — Canada performs better than the United States in all but income, said John Helliwell, a University of British Columbia economist and co-editor of the 155-page report.

The five least-happy countries are Burundi, Sierra Leone, Central African Republic, Benin and, lastly, Togo.

The goal of the study, Helliwell said, is to compel governments to consider citizens’ happiness level when making policy decisions.

“It’s being used as part of an effort to show governments that there’s a real science behind the measurement of happiness,” Helliwell said of the report, which he co-edited with economist Jeffrey Sachs, director of Columbia University’s Earth Institute.

The report found that while income is an important barometer of well-being — richer countries do tend to be happier — it is only one factor.

“While basic living standards are essential for happiness, after the baseline has been met happiness varies more with quality of human relationships than income,” it says.

Said Helliwell: “A lot of things that produce happiness don’t take any resources at all.”

A Leger Marketing global happiness poll, released late last year, ranked Canada 23rd out of 58 countries.

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