Legal Facts Sheets on Sex Work (Canada)
• Health, social services and education professionals
• People working in the sex work field
• Informative brochure
Release Date and Last Update
2015 (no update as of the review date)
On December 6, 2014, the Canadian government introduced new legislation regarding sex work. This means that many of the laws surrounding sex work have changed. We produced business cards that sex workers can carry discreetly, as well as easily printable facts sheets. Most available information is applicable across Canada. Available in English and in French.
- Arrest and Detention
- Communication and the Law
- Advertising and the Law
- Clients and the Law
- Third Parties and the Law
- Friends, family and the Law
- Police Powers, In-Call, and Outcall
- Immigration Status and Sex Work
- Working in Canada without Citizenship
*** Note that this description was written by Chez Stella and was translated by the review team.***
Chez Stella. (2015). Publications. Retrieved from https://chezstella.org/en/stellibrary-publications/
To Access the Tool
Legal Information: https://chezstella.org/en/stellibrary-publications/laws-around-sex-work/
Arrest and Detention: https://chezstella.org/en/stellibrary-publications/arrest-and-detention/
Immigration Status & Sex Work: https://chezstella.org/en/stellibrary-publications/immigration-status-sex-work/
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