Saskatoon Morning | Dec 23, 2013 | 15:41
The Owner Of An Adult Services Agency And A Member Of The City's Vice Squad Share Their Reactions To The Supreme Court's Decision, Striking Down Canada's Prostitution Laws
As we heard late last week, the Supreme Court of Canada has struck down the prostitution laws. In a unanimous ruling, the judges said the laws violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Because they create working conditions that are unsafe for sex trade workers. Trish Fisher owns The Lion's Den, an adult services agency in Saskatoon. She joined host Leisha Grebinski by phone. For a different perspective on the supreme court of Canada's decision. We were joined by Det. Sgt. Rob Lechner. He's with the Saskatoon Police Service's vice unit.