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Mike Pearce. The speakers, including a sex trafficking survivor, made a big impact on the audience, who brainstormed on ways to bring more awareness to the issue, which is happening locally. Vulnerable girls are being lured, coerced, intimidated and forced into being sex slaves for traffickers, and speakers at a public forum hosted by MPP Rick Nicholls Thursday night brought that fact home to more than people in attendance.
The government took her bill and turned it into the Anti-Human Trafficking Bill She is travelling the province to educate and inform people and advocate for more co-ordinated services between jurisdictions, service organizations, police and crown attorneys. Trafficking, a form of modern-day slavery, is happening here. According to statistics Scott has compiled, 93 per cent of victims are Canadian-born, victims are an average age of 14, 60 per cent of all trafficking happens in Ontario, and Highway from Windsor to Montreal is a major corridor for human sex trafficking.
One of the speakers, a sex trafficking survivor from the London area, riveted those in attendance with her story. Over the next 18 minutes, the sex trafficking survivor told a disturbing story of how she was lured into a relationship with her trafficker while suffering from undiagnosed clinical depression and grief. And this is important — I was 35 when I was trafficked.
She said she was with her trafficker for eight years before she was able to get away, with no identification, and suffering from degradation no human being should be subjected to. She began to drink to mentally escape her situation and her trafficker addicted her to drugs.
When she returned, her trafficker broke all her toes to punish her. She said at that time, the shelter had no room for her so she had to go back to him, with no ID and no money and no family.