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This is the true story of the world of human trafficking in Canada. For years many people refused to believe that human trafficking was happening here in innocent, safe Canada to our very own Canadian girls. But they were wrong! It is estimated that between 12 and 27 million people are currently caught in human trafficking globally, and Canadian stats show that thousands are exploited for their labour or sexual services right across our own country. To begin combating the monstrosities represented by these numbers, it is essential that we recognize that trafficking is an industry and the sex trade is a business, and we must be aware of how it operates and how to defeat it. This story chronicles the perspective of trafficking’s victims, the methods used for recruiting girls, the men who use them, the men who knowingly and sometimes unknowingly fuel the industry and the brave politicians and organizations who are in a constant fight to stop the industry and keep our nation strong and free from it.
|Publisher:||Castle Quay Books|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
Paul H. Boge is a practicing professional engineer, a filmmaker, and the author of seven books including Father to the Fatherless: The Charles Mulli Story, Hope for the Hopeless: The Charles Mulli Mission, The Biggest Family in the World: The Charles Mulli Miracle (all award-winning books by Castle Quay Books), The Urban Saint: The Harry Lehotsky Story, as well as The Chicago Healer and The Cities of Fortune (also by Castle Quay Books). He lives in Winnipeg, Canada.