Every year, more than $40 billion is made off of the exploitation of children, women, and men for sex and labour around the world. Two million are exploited in the commercial sex trade globally every year and less than 1% of these victims are rescued. Here in Canada, we have already seen a number of human trafficking arrests made in the first few weeks of 2017:
– Thunder Bay Police charge two with human trafficking
– Late senator’s grandson admits to human trafficking
– Ont. man and boy charged with human trafficking after woman allegedly assaulted
In light of these heartbreaking statistics and reports, we are eager to share with you about a powerful new film aimed at bringing awareness to the world-wide issue of human trafficking…[Click here to read the full article].