OTTAWA, June 6, 2012 – Canada’s largest non-governmental direct social service provider is commending the Federal Government on the release of a national strategy to address the issue of Human Trafficking. The Salvation Army had called on the government to … Read more
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Modern-day slavery exists. Although it is illegal in Canada, thousands of people every year are being bought and sold. Human trafficking is a hidden evil that The Salvation Army chooses to target.
While world audiences focus on a black-and-white football (soccer ball) in the FIFA World Cup, The Salvation Army in South Africa is handing out red cards against human trafficking. In the run up to the World Cup, The Salvation Army … Read more
On February 18 The Salvation Army in Winnipeg participated in S.N.O.W. night, a Safe Night Off Winnipeg Streets for women and transgendered sex-trade workers. The event is organized and coordinated by a number of agencies who work with those involved … Read more
The Salvation Army’s human trafficking campaign, The Truth Isn’t Sexy, is prominently featured in an episode on Lorna Dueck’s Listen Up TV. Interviews with UCB professor Ben Perrin, Michelle Miller (REED), MP Joy Smith and Major Brian Venables provide context … Read more
Modern-day slavery exists. Just ask Tasha. Tasha used to live in northern British Columbia. As a teenager, she realized that her older brother was a drug runner with an addiction.
Police and immigration officials are in Calgary for a seminar on human trafficking, just days after Edmonton police laid what are believed to be the first such charges in Alberta. On a tip, police, RCMP and the Canada Border Services … Read more
When 21-year-old Timea Nagy arrived in Toronto to earn a living as a waitress, her passport was taken, she was kidnapped, controlled, and forced to work in the sex-trade industry. Now, 10 years later, she shares her harrowing ordeal in … Read more
Moira Brown, co-host of 100 Huntley Street, interviews Major Winn Blackman of The Salvation Army to discuss the issue of human trafficking
BC – AS Christians prepare to welcome the athletes and spectators who will be coming to Vancouver and Whistler from across the globe to attend the 2010 Winter Olympics next February, there is one group of potential visitors that they … Read more