They are controlled, they have no identification and are sold from pimp to pimp across the country. North Bay isn't immune to the sex trade industry. In fact, the latest case took place in April. North Bay Police Const.
Aaron Northrup gave local media a glimpse of what is happening behind closed doors within the community. He said a year-old woman who had no idea she was in North Bay was deeply involved in the sex and drug trade. The intent was for her to work in North Bay and Sudbury. Our patrol officers found her. During the course of several interviews, she said she was with seven, eight, nine men every night," Northrup said. Her pimps took all her identification.
When you're in a hotel and you think someone's having a party, someone could be paying for it. Fedeli said when people think of the sex trade, they think it is a crime that happens in Asia or overseas.
But, in fact, it's an Ontario crime and a Northern Ontario issue. Scott said it's a difficult topic, but it's a fast-growing crime in which 90 per cent of victims are born in Canada.
It has become easy for traffickers to lure and exploit the girl next door. People learn online how to be a pimp or how to beat and control their sex trade worker," she said. And right now we only have a patchwork of services to assist. The order would force the perpetrator to stay away from the survivor for a minimum of three years. The bill also would enable a survivor to sue their trafficker for damages.
It would expand the definition of sex offence to include offences related to the trafficking or purchasing of sexual services of persons under the age of The private member's bill is currently in committee.