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2020.09.21 07:11 Ne0n-N1njaAny IT/Infrastructure/Cloud Compute Communities/Groups in Calgary?
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2020.08.24 22:54 weedislifemanHi Reddit, I’m Raj Grover and I’m the CEO at High Tide Inc (Canna Cabana). Leave your questions here and I’ll be back on Thursday, August 27th at 11:30am MST with answers. Ask me anything!
Hi Reddit, I’m Raj Grover and I’m the CEO at High Tide Inc (Canna Cabana). Leave your questions here and I’ll be back on Thursday, August 27th at 11:30am MST with answers. Ask me anything! Hey there Reddit.I’m Raj Grover: Founder and Chief Executive Officer at High Tide Inc (CSE: HITI, parent company of Canna Cabana cannabis retail stores). With our acquisition of META Growth (TSXV: META), on August 21st, High Tide is now the single largest Canadian cannabis retailer with 63 locations and approximately $133 million in annualized revenue (last quarter).Today, I’m here to talk about the Canna Cabana retail network. At Canna Cabana, our focus is on the customer—and they know it. Our industry-leading employee training, enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff, and foundation on a true passion for cannabis have earned us the highest average rating by independent customer reviews across all retail chains. With the opening of our Banff store earlier this month, Canna Cabana now has 37 (and counting) locations across Alberta, Ontario, and Saskatchewan. We’re rapidly expanding, and set to open many more stores before the end of the year.We’re a part of High Tide, a Calgary-based, vertically-integrated, and retail-focused cannabis corporation. High Tide’s brands also include:• KushBar, a cannabis retail network with an elevated, refined concept• Grasscity, the world’s first and largest online head shop• CBDcity, a new online retailer for CBD-focused products• RGR Canada (Canada) and Valiant Distributions (US), wholesale manufacturers and distributors of smoking accessories• Famous Brandz, a wholesale manufacturer and retailer of celebrity licensed accessory brandsView our investment resources here and investor presentation here.Follow us on: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.Verification image here.I’ll be back on Thursday, August 27th at 11:30am MST (1:30pm EST) to answer your questions. Let’s discuss all things cannabis retail!CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATIONCertain statements in this news release are forward-looking information or forward-looking statements. Such information and statements, referred to herein as “forward-looking statements” are made as of the date of this news release or as of the date of the effective date of information described in this news release, as applicable. Forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and reflect current estimates, predictions, expectations or beliefs regarding future events. Any statements that express or involve discussions with respect to predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance (generally, forward-looking statements can be identified by use of words such as “outlook”, “expects”, “intend”, “forecasts”, “anticipates”, “plans”, “projects”, “estimates”, “envisages, “assumes”, “needs”, “strategy”, “goals”, “objectives”, or variations thereof, or stating that certain actions, events or results “may”, “can”, “could”, “would”, “might”, or “will” be taken, occur or be achieved, or the negative of any of these terms or similar expressions, and other similar terminology) are not statements of historical fact and may be forward-looking statements.Such forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that may prove to be incorrect, including but not limited to the ability of High Tide to execute on its business plan and that High Tide will receive one or multiple licenses from the Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commission, British Columbia’s Liquor Distribution Branch or the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority permitting it to carry on its Canna Cabana and KushBar businesses. High Tide considers these assumptions to be reasonable in the circumstances, given the time periods for such outlook. However, there can be no assurance that any one or more of the government, industry, market, operational or financial targets as set out herein will be achieved. Inherent in the forward-looking statements are known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results, performance or achievements, or industry results, to differ materially from any results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.The forward‐looking statements contained herein is current as of the date of this post. Except as required by law, High Tide does not have any obligation to advise any person if it becomes aware of any inaccuracy in or omission from any forward-looking statement, nor does it intend, or assume any obligation, to update or revise these forward-looking statements to reflect new events or circumstances. Any and all forward-looking statements included in this news release are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement, and except as otherwise indicated, are made as of the date of this news release. Submitted August 24, 2020 at 09:27PM
2020.08.24 22:27 Raj_HighTideHi Reddit, I’m Raj Grover and I’m the CEO at High Tide Inc (Canna Cabana). Leave your questions here and I’ll be back on Thursday, August 27th at 11:30am MST with answers. Ask me anything!
Hey there Reddit. I’m Raj Grover: Founder and Chief Executive Officer at High Tide Inc (CSE: HITI, parent company of Canna Cabana cannabis retail stores). With our acquisition of META Growth (TSXV: META), on August 21st, High Tide is now the single largest Canadian cannabis retailer with 63 locations and approximately $133 million in annualized revenue (last quarter). Today, I’m here to talk about the Canna Cabana retail network. At Canna Cabana, our focus is on the customer—and they know it. Our industry-leading employee training, enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff, and foundation on a true passion for cannabis have earned us the highest average rating by independent customer reviews across all retail chains. With the opening of our Banff store earlier this month, Canna Cabana now has 37 (and counting) locations across Alberta, Ontario, and Saskatchewan. We’re rapidly expanding, and set to open many more stores before the end of the year. We’re a part of High Tide, a Calgary-based, vertically-integrated, and retail-focused cannabis corporation. High Tide’s brands also include: • KushBar, a cannabis retail network with an elevated, refined concept • Grasscity, the world’s first and largest online head shop • CBDcity, a new online retailer for CBD-focused products • RGR Canada (Canada) and Valiant Distributions (US), wholesale manufacturers and distributors of smoking accessories • Famous Brandz, a wholesale manufacturer and retailer of celebrity licensed accessory brands View our investment resources here and investor presentation here. Follow us on: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Verification image here. I’ll be back on Thursday, August 27th at 11:30am MST (1:30pm EST) to answer your questions. Let’s discuss all things cannabis retail! CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATION Certain statements in this news release are forward-looking information or forward-looking statements. Such information and statements, referred to herein as “forward-looking statements” are made as of the date of this news release or as of the date of the effective date of information described in this news release, as applicable. Forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and reflect current estimates, predictions, expectations or beliefs regarding future events. Any statements that express or involve discussions with respect to predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance (generally, forward-looking statements can be identified by use of words such as “outlook”, “expects”, “intend”, “forecasts”, “anticipates”, “plans”, “projects”, “estimates”, “envisages, “assumes”, “needs”, “strategy”, “goals”, “objectives”, or variations thereof, or stating that certain actions, events or results “may”, “can”, “could”, “would”, “might”, or “will” be taken, occur or be achieved, or the negative of any of these terms or similar expressions, and other similar terminology) are not statements of historical fact and may be forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that may prove to be incorrect, including but not limited to the ability of High Tide to execute on its business plan and that High Tide will receive one or multiple licenses from the Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commission, British Columbia’s Liquor Distribution Branch or the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority permitting it to carry on its Canna Cabana and KushBar businesses. High Tide considers these assumptions to be reasonable in the circumstances, given the time periods for such outlook. However, there can be no assurance that any one or more of the government, industry, market, operational or financial targets as set out herein will be achieved. Inherent in the forward-looking statements are known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results, performance or achievements, or industry results, to differ materially from any results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. The forward‐looking statements contained herein is current as of the date of this post. Except as required by law, High Tide does not have any obligation to advise any person if it becomes aware of any inaccuracy in or omission from any forward-looking statement, nor does it intend, or assume any obligation, to update or revise these forward-looking statements to reflect new events or circumstances. Any and all forward-looking statements included in this news release are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement, and except as otherwise indicated, are made as of the date of this news release.
Donald Willard Wicher Dec. 12, 1920 - Aug. 12, 2020 Donald Willard Wicher, 99, died at Maryville Nursing Home in Beaverton, Ore., Aug. 12, 2020 from congestive heart failure. He was born in Portland, Ore., Dec. 12, 1920 to Donald and Edna Wicher. He had three older sisters, to whom he was always close. Don lived in the Portland area most of his life. He graduated from Beaverton High School in 1937, at the age of 16, having skipped two grades. He later graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1950, bypassing college by passing an entrance exam. He spent his career in banking, working as a tax and trust attorney for what is now Wells Fargo Bank. His banking career was interrupted by WWII, where he served in the U.S. Army from 1942-1946. During his early years at the bank, he met his future wife, Mary, who worked for a rival bank. Unbeknownst to him, her uncle, with whom she lived, was his boss, which he discovered when he went to her house on their first date and her uncle opened the door. They were later married in a garden ceremony at her aunt and uncle's home in 1942 and remained married until Mary's death in 2011, shortly after their 69th wedding anniversary. Don was a devoted father to his two children, Donna and Robert, attending endless piano recitals, ballet performances, baseball games, and driving the family station wagon on vacations to visit relatives in exotic destinations such as Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, and Saskatchewan. He even stayed up most of the night helping his daughter stuff envelopes with questionnaires for her doctoral dissertation. He was active in his community and spent 10 years on the school board of the Beaverton School District, where he served as Chairman of the Board the year his daughter graduated from high school, handing out the diplomas at her high school graduation and mildly embarrassing her by kissing her on the forehead in front of her peers as he presented her with her diploma. Don and Mary loved to travel, especially after his retirement, not only throughout the United States and Mexico, but also to European countries such as England, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Austria, and Germany. Highlights included family cruises to Tahiti, the Mediterranean, and the Panama Canal. After Don's retirement, they bought a home in Palm Springs and for many years, spent winters in Palm Springs and summers in Oregon. They made many friends and joined several groups, such as a movie club. They also enjoyed winter visits from family and friends in Oregon. They sold their Palm Springs home and returned to Oregon in 2007 after Mary's health declined. Don was preceded in death by his wife, Mary; and his son, Robert (Molly); as well as sisters, Martha, Marguerite, and Genevieve. He is survived by his daughter, Donna (Brent); and many cousins, nephews and nieces, who all enjoyed his company and will miss him greatly. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=donald-willard-wicher&pid=196679263
2020.08.10 08:08 keescarriereMy thoughts as a high school senior on school re openings. (Hint: they're not good, but there is no way they could have been)
This year is it for me. I have been dreading, wondering about, and anticipating this year since I first saw my older friends go on to high school way back in 2012. This is something I have waited nearly half my life for, and I have technically worked for it for most of my life And now, I don't really want to do it. The thought that I am basically being forced to choose between my proper education/once in a lifetime opportunities and the stability of my province/safety of my family and friends is revolting. Since March, I have already been forced to give up on so many of those once in a lifetime opportunities, that simply going back to normal before a guarantee of safety against the virus is widely available is actually offensive. Teenagers, like everyone else, have lost so much to prevent the spread of the virus, and going back to normal just seems asinine and pointless. Are we trying to make our own sacrifices worthless? The lack of direction from the provincial government, with regards to school reopening plans, resembles far too closely certain governments attitude of "everyone figure it out yourselves while we ignore the obvious solutions because we are seemingly too lazy or cowardly to care". See here, here, here, here and here. The policy put forward just screams that there is some sort of denial to how serious the situation actually is on the provincial government's part. This attitude, here in Canada and around the world, is how we got into this lose-lose situation in the first place. While risks in general for children are less, that is a notion observed from relatively healthy nations at the start of this pandemic nearly 6 months ago. (See here). Information from other less healthy countries shows us that there can be considerable risk to young people if they are unfortunate enough to come from certain economic backgrounds and have underlying health conditions. (See here ).Unfortunately, we know here that there are kids at considerable risk from dying from Covid-19, and this is in addition to potential long term affects children may face. (See here ). The spread of Covid-19 could kill hundreds of kids in our province, and it could maim several thousand. This is not worth it for anything. I don't want to see my lower level cadets, teammates, classmates, and friends die or get hurt by this disease. The previous paragraph doesn't even mention the fair chance that kids will spread the disease to their parents, grandparents, family members, community members, coaches, teachers, administrators, school staff, cadet officers, and volunteers. See here . I hate to think about how many caring people and how much invaluable expertise we may lose because of the spread of Covid-19. I especially don't want to have thousands of kids going around with the guilt that their asymptomatic experience with Covid-19 led to the death of the adults around them. So, personally, as someone with high risk individuals at home, I will take the following precautions. I will wear a mask every time I go into a school, and I will be constantly be sanitizing and washing my hands and forearms as I go in and out of school. I am only going to go to school for labs, tests, exams, and outdoor activities. I am going to do as much remotely as feasible, at least until February, unfortunately probably for longer. (See here and here ).This was not the senior year I was envisioning back in grade 4 or even at the halfway point of grade 11, but is the world's worst corona virus outbreak supposed to go away in 3 weeks so I can enjoy my final year of school? Not in the real world. I, just as much as everyone else, would love to go back to normalcy within the next month. That is just not even conceivably possible, anywhere, including New Zealand. (See here). We need to keep on going, doing something about this. The strangest part is, the provincial government already recognizes this. We still have another 11 months until long term restrictions are going to be removed. (See here ). So this begs the question, why are we not recognizing things should not even be pondered to go back to near normal at schools for at least another 6 months? Why is this so hard to understand? I just wanted to point out a couple more emotional, personal, less rational and evidence based aspects of this situation. I keep telling my self that things might get noticeably better in February only because this is the only way in which I get to do things I have worked towards for years. This date only exists in my mind because I want to believe that a pandemic will conveniently solve it self in a time frame conductive to me being able to do track and field one last time, or making it to marksmanship and effective speaking nationals, or getting a proper graduation ceremony, or going on the grade 12 canoe trip, or doing literally any high school ritual, instead of the actual factors of vaccine distribution, effective societal response, and the documented peaks and troughs of pandemics that will resolve this situation. I will admit I have been gathering in groups of 2-30 outside since this started. I have eaten with other people, I have been inside someone else's house for an hour during the rain. I forget a mask sometimes, and I forget to sanitize surfaces as often as I should. The only factors I honestly feel that prevented the spread of the disease in this province were the closure of schools and an adherence to social distancing a significant chunk of time (around 20% to 70% of the population doing it 20% to 70% of the time). If we go back to school, we get rid of that, our only advantage, and the situation will go poorly terrifyingly quick. I don't even feel that kids will enjoy going back to school. Think about what made school enjoyable for you, chances are the two biggest factors were being able to see your friends and being able to do things. Those are already off limits by the bare bones plan put forward by the province, and those policies have been expanded upon by the school boards. School will not even be enjoyable, yet it will continue to put lives in danger. Why even bother? I hated online schooling, but employing a mixed learning environment with mostly online schooling is orders of magnitude better than having my heart scarred and legs amputated while the adults in my life die as their bloods clots uncontrollably and their blood oxygen levels fall to deadly lows. This is most definitely a lose-lose situation. On one hand, you have tens of thousand of kids losing most of their education and personal growth for over a year and a half, or you have thousands of people die from a horrifying disease. It is a incredibly disheartening, yet easy decision to make. Our education can recover later, as costly as it will be. It will be impossible though, to raise our elderly from the dead, and nearly impossible to prevent the collapse of our healthcare system. If I was in the position, I would reconsider the decision.
2020.07.21 23:12 BeefJyrkiiSpeeding ticket in Saskatchewan. Originally from Alberta.
Long story short I got a ticket in Saskatchewan. Pay date is August 6th. Court date is September 13th. I get paid August 10th. Am I able to pay August 10th? Seems like I have to mail it in. But I’m sure I can pay online somewhere.
2020.07.18 03:59 ghostkillerblogAnother Reason Why I Don't Use Dating Apps: Mark Twitchell
https://preview.redd.it/82lqewg3yib51.png?width=695&format=png&auto=webp&s=cd7d5fdfde24ef2ad4194361664846f610835b63 Online dating, the future of how we will meet our next sweethearts, right? Wrong! There are a few reasons why I don’t use online dating what-so-ever and our next subject is one of them. Mark Twitchell was a murderer catfish. He used the dating app Plenty of Fish, portraying a gorgeous woman rather than his normal creepy self. He was inspired by Dexter, the show where a serial killer abides by a strict code and only executes criminals and those that deserve it. He idolized him, so much so that after his trial was over, he purchased a television for his cell and caught up on every episode he missed. The first attempt at his ploy nearly worked. A man by the name of Gilles Tetreault was lured to a garage where Twitchell revealed himself. Donning a mask and wielding a stun baton, Tetreault was nearly done for. Astonishingly, in his attempt to escape, he made it to the public road where two people stumbled upon him. He pleaded, but Twitchell was able to sweet talk them into moving along, similar to how Jeffrey Dahmer ran after one of his victims who had made it outside into the street. He explained some story to the pair of cops, who let Dahmer take his soon-to-be murder victim back inside. During the assault Tetreault stated he could barely muster any strength due to the stun baton incapacitating him. He would however, forge enough to make it to the sidewalk that day. Although the pair refused to do anything, Twitchell was scared off and ran back to his lair. Tetreault would battle with whether or not to report his, and he later did. Our hero would later write a book about this experience, so here ya go sir, free plug for your heroic deeds! The next victim would not be so lucky however. Again, having connected on a dating app, he would later be dismembered. I feel for this man. Twitchell likely used a very good looking girl to lure him in. I imagine, unless our guy here was slayin’ it, he could not believe his luck! You know what? He probably was slayin’ it, who am I to speculate? This could have easily been just another bombshell he was out to meet up with. Twitchell reportedly played with Altingers’ skull, and police found a manifesto of sorts on Twitchells computer. The file was deleted, but we all know it works these days, you can’t delete anything! I can’t remember the case but I will find it, where a LE agency recovered a file because the actual printer had saved a copy of it. Our file in question was entitled SKConfessions, and detailed the authors ‘progression’ into becoming a serial killer. A second, similar file was found but was not introduced due to it being so bad, the prosecution thought it would in some way disrupt the process. Also, they had him dead to rights, they didn’t need any more evidence. Michael C. Hall, aka DEXTER chimed in on this in December 2012 after the case. The Canadian Radio show Q¸with Jian Ghombeshi having the interview, Hall said "I would hope that people's appreciation was more than some sort of fetishization with the kill scenes," he said. Ghomeshi brought up Twitchell and Hall said, "I wouldn't stop making Dexter because someone was fascinated by it only in that way. I try to tell myself that their fixated nature would have done it one way or the other, but it seems that Dexter had something to do with it. It's horrifying." At the end of the day, Twitchell did what he did because he idolized Dexter Morgan. The irony here is that he became exactly the type of killer that Dexter would kill himself. He was sentenced to 25 years to life and is held in the Saskatchewan Federal Prison in Canada.
2020.05.28 13:22 nationwide-visasKnow the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) application procedure
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is one of the most popular PNPs in Canada that attracts a high number of applications every year. https://preview.redd.it/yklgiy5zph151.png?width=560&format=png&auto=webp&s=c35ec7f3672bc140ea9588dd8e93ea813f63fbb5 Through this article, we will try to understand the SINP application procedure. We will focus on the International Skilled Worker and Saskatchewan Experience categories. As the first step, you must check your eligibility for the SINP category you intend to apply for and proceed only if you are eligible. Note that, Saskatchewan processes applications in the order these are received. However, they may sometimes prioritize applications which meet the Government of Saskatchewan's strategic priorities, such as skilled worker applications with employment offer. Submission of your application You have to submit your application using the Saskatchewan online application system. Once you complete and submit the online application, and pay the fee (applicable to Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand subcategories only), you will receive a letter to confirm receipt of your application. Any communication after that is sent only after your application is pre-screened. Please note that you can have only one active SINP application at any point in time, having multiple active applications isn’t acceptable. Pre-screening During the pre-screening stage, the Saskatchewan government checks your application for completeness. Your application will be deemed complete if it has all the documents listed in the Document Checklist. Your application will be processed if it’s complete. If it is incomplete, the province may not accept it. Instead, it will send you an email listing the documents you will be required to submit for a new application. Your application will be considered incomplete if it has missing or invalid supporting documents. Basic Review If your application passes the pre-screening stage, it will progress to basic review stage. A basic review is conducted to ensure all your application documents have the required information for the category you have applied for. If required, the province will send you a letter asking to submit additional documentation within 10 days. The documents will need to be shared electronically. Your application will continue to the next stage for criteria assessment if you provide the documents asked for. Those applications that still have missing documents, though will continue to the next stage, however, these will be marked ineligible. Criteria Assessment and Recommendation In this stage, the province will check whether you meet the criteria for the category applied for. Verification of the information provided by you will also take place. Based on this assessment, a recommendation will be made whether or not you are eligible for SINP nomination. Review of Recommendation and Decision At this stage, further verification may take place and then a review of your application, before a final decision is taken. Once the final decision is taken on your application, the province will send you a notification by email. The final decision will include:
An SINP Nomination Approval Letter
An SINP Work Permit Support Letter (if applicable)
Information on how to proceed with an application for Permanent Residency (PR)
Final review by IRCC Saskatchewan will then notify IRCC's of the nomination. You will have 6 months to submit your application for PR to IRCC from the date of receiving SINP nomination. Then IRCC will consider your Canada PR application. IRCC will conduct a final selection assessment of your PR application and may ask you to submit additional information before they approve or reject you for Canada PR Visa. This is how the Saskatchewan province processes nomination applications under Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program (SINP). If you want to check your eligibility for the program, make use of our updated Saskatchewan PNP points calculator 2020. Get in touch with a Nationwide Visas immigration expert at +91 92 92 92 92 81, who will be able to guide you on Saskatchewan occupation in demand 2020 list and get you started immediately. You can also write to us at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or fill in the free assessment form on our website. We will contact you within 24 working hours. Apply for Canada PR with assistance from Nationwide Visas – the best immigration consultants in Delhi.
2020.05.13 20:57 MaggiePr00Advice for Job situation
Hi, this is my first post so I apologize if it is not allowed or anything. I also apologize if it’s lengthy. Basically my husband and I are both of out of a job due to the Covid-19 situation. I was working as a Medical Office Assistant at a Cancer Centre here in Canada but due to having asthma and being prone to respiratory infections I have left work even though I still technically could work there but I just dont want to risk it as they are very poorly managing the pandemic and not using proper PPE. Before the pandemic even started I was starting to dislike my job anyways as they were cutting all of the positions I liked working and putting me on highly stressful positions that I can’t really manage (due to mental health reasons - Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, sensory issues, etc.) I was planning on finding another job to work right before this all went down but I guess it was really bad timing because not a lot of places are hiring and if I did get hired somewhere I would likely take a large pay cut. Which I mean is fine as long as I like the job. As for my husband, he is trained as a Paramedic but no longer thinks he can handle that work and so was hired as a screening-officer at the airport but was waiting for his training and start date when all this happened and so he basically no longer has that position as the ones already working have already been laid off so there’s no chance he would even start. Our expenses per month we have gotten down to $1680 by just paying rent, food, gas, bills, car, medication, etc. No other expenses like entertainment/fun at all as we are generally very frugal. We have been breaking even (barely) through working as couriers for Skip The Dishes, selling lots of items we had around the house, and doing odd jobs for people. I just want to know if anyone has any advice for my situation and what I should look at doing? I do think I would want to work a job where I’m comfortable but that is hard to find right now as most of the jobs would be the less desirable ones (not to sound elitist or anything) and as I have lots of mental health issues I find it hard to work when there is lots of social pressure from managers/co-workers/patients and customers. I am a very hard worker but I get really scared and stressed when I have to work around lots of people. Also, we do not quality for EI or any Covid-19 benefit as my husband was unemployed prior and I am technically still able to work even though I have a medical condition which imo makes it unsafe for me unless proper precautions are in place. Sorry if any of this came off privileged I just want to know if anyone has any advice or options or if someone from Canada knows of anything I can look into. Extra info:
I’m 22 years old turning 23 & my husband is 23
I have lots of experience in customer service, childcare, office admin, etc
I have access to a vehicle
I live in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
The city I live in isn’t a large one so less opportunities unfortunately
I have online access and have been marketing myself on Upwork as a VA with no luck
I have $42,800 in student loan debt but currently don’t have to pay back (527/month) until September as stated by the government
2020.04.13 00:57 KennethLouiseizeStreaming/Work Online budget PC build,
>What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using. Computer will be used for remote work online, gaming league of legends and borderlands 3, streaming and editing, >What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes? $800 CAD >When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy. Right now, I am eager to buy everything soon so I’d like a build as soon as possible! >What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\) Basically everything meaning, the tower, windows 10 and that’s about it >Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location? Canada, Saskatchewan, >If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated. Using the same mouse monitor and keyboard >Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU? I will not be over clocking thanks, >Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc) I do need a large drive for the amount of files I will be saving as this will be mostly for work online, >What type of network connectivity do you need? (Wired and/or WiFi) If WiFi is needed and you would like to find the fastest match for your wireless router, please list any specifics. I don’t need wifi, I have an 50 ft Ethernet cable, >Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components? No preference on the case as this is a budget build although I prefer a case that looks cooler then the rest >Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference? I need windows 10 included >Extra info or particulars: This build is a budget streaming/work PC I have wanted for awhile, I have liked the AMD the most when looking at builds, thanks for helping either way have a great day !.
2020.03.31 21:07 javacat3M respirators you can adapt into masks (x-post from r/doctors and r/nursing)
I bought these masks to send up to Saskatchewan but my Dad forgot to load them into his truck when he went hunting there last year. When looking at them, I realized they could be easily adapted into face masks. The respirators are thicker than N95's. I ran into a problem...I wasn't able to find enough elastic to make them all up...so I gave 80 of these to a Grand Rapids, Michigan doctor on Saturday. He was impressed enough by these that he said if a surgeon he knew who is spearheading a mask-making drive didn't want them for himself and his surgical staff that he'd use these in his office. They are *very* simple to adapt...simply cut off the fabric tag, attach elastic, and sterilize in a paper bag in the oven for 30 minutes at 160 degrees. I used a small surgical mask to use as a 'pattern' so I'd know where to place the elastics. https://preview.redd.it/u9n864zs32q41.png?width=535&format=png&auto=webp&s=0cf9cfbeebc012bd6da5e6b2e2d976d28fe0d9bf https://preview.redd.it/du37o3zs32q41.jpg?width=2048&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=0e1f46ac565c93d945e90ac13c1287b01a733566 Ten masks at $3.74 come with 20-3M respirators. I'd bought 50...and including shipping, that was 100 respirators for $40.40. They could be reused for a time by sterilizing them with the directions I posted above. I do not know the N factor on these...I did try to find out, but the company that sold these went out of business in the early 1990's...and the company selling these told me they date back to the 1970's/1980's. Last I spoke with them they had thousands of these in stock, but I have been sharing this idea with friends and family who work in the medical field and/or who've been unable to find masks. I hope this information is helpful to someone here...and if you can't personally use this information, please share it with patients of yours who may need masks but can't find them. These are definitely better than wearing nothing at all...and that the doctor I gave mine to said he'd use these in his office says something. Note: I have no financial interest in the military surplus store...I just had an idea to adapt these and hope sharing this idea will help others and save lives. Also, if they run out, there are other places online that are selling these...just not at such large quantities for the price.
2020.03.31 21:02 javacat3M respirators you can adapt into masks (x-post from r/doctors)
I bought these masks to send up to Saskatchewan but my Dad forgot to load them into his truck when he went hunting there last year. When looking at them, I realized they could be easily adapted into face masks. The respirators are thicker than N95's. I ran into a problem...I wasn't able to find enough elastic to make them all up...so I gave 80 of these to a Grand Rapids, Michigan doctor on Saturday. He was impressed enough by these that he said if a surgeon he knew who is spearheading a mask-making drive didn't want them for himself and his surgical staff that he'd use these in his office. They are *very* simple to adapt...simply cut off the fabric tag, attach elastic, and sterilize in a paper bag in the oven for 30 minutes at 160 degrees. I used a small surgical mask to use as a 'pattern' so I'd know where to place the elastics. https://preview.redd.it/jtfojalq22q41.png?width=535&format=png&auto=webp&s=cdd81f87dfe3caeb8a9a0e02b908fb78ab0b5ac0 https://preview.redd.it/pe3utclq22q41.jpg?width=2048&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=b0a38c909d138c886665e423a6331f794d954c72 Ten masks at $3.74 come with 20-3M respirators. I'd bought 50...and including shipping, that was 100 respirators for $40.40. They could be reused for a time by sterilizing them with the directions I posted above. I do not know the N factor on these...I did try to find out, but the company that sold these went out of business in the early 1990's...and the company selling these told me they date back to the 1970's/1980's. Last I spoke with them they had thousands of these in stock, but I have been sharing this idea with friends and family who work in the medical field and/or who've been unable to find masks. I hope this information is helpful to someone here...and if you can't personally use this information, please share it with people you know who may need masks but can't find them. These are definitely better than wearing nothing at all...and that the doctor I gave mine to said he'd use these in his office says something. Note: I have no financial interest in the military surplus store...I just had an idea to adapt these and hope sharing this idea will help others and save lives. Also, if they run out, there are other places online that are selling these...just not at such large quantities for the price.
2020.03.22 18:37 bizarrocarrieCF Female- most males where I'm from seem to want kids
I live in Saskatchewan (which they say is like one big, small town) and it seems like every guy I meet wants to have kids. I've done the online dating thing where one of the profile prompts asks the question, and every single guy put "Wants some day". Because it's a largely traditional, family oriented place, I worry I will never meet someone who wants a CF life like me. I'm going to have to go out of province, or even out of country. On the same note - it's easy for guys to be like "Oh ya, I'd raise a kid!" when they don't have to think about growing it inside of them for 9 months then pushing it out of their dick.
2020.02.27 19:25 WellDressedCavemanSpanking The Girl From Saskatchewan
Her post said that she was visiting Disney and wearing a cute dress. That seemed like a weird way to start a conversation, so I was intrigued, of course. We chatted a bit and exchanged photos. She was cute. Thin with dirty blonde hair. She could work harder on her appearance. 23 years old. She told me that she was visiting from Canada with a girlfriend. I asked her what she was looking for. “No intercourse,” she replied. I thought this was a weird way to describe her limits so early in the conversation. She went on to tell me that she was bisexual and her girlfriend was also, but that she didn’t find the other girl attractive because she, “never showers or cleans her clothes”. We set up a date for that evening as she was to be at Disney all day prior. I drove to her hotel and picked her up. It was one of those low price touristy places that look like ant farms out near International Drive. I met her in the lobby and was pleased to find that her photos were not misleading. (It took me a bit of online dating to appreciate what women can do in photos to make themselves appear more attractive.) Thin, about 5’5”, with smaller breasts. She was wearing a short sleeve top and a white skirt with a red flower pattern. She had on light red lipstick and a bit of makeup. When I asked what she would like for dinner, she pointed to the Applebee’s across the street and asked, “How about that?” I told her that would be fine, though I still feel a bit of shame for taking a woman to an Applebee’s as a date. The restaurant wasn’t very crowded. We sat at the bar as I didn’t want to wait for a table. I asked about where she lived. She told me that she was born and raised in Saskatchewan and proceeded to explain that her province was conservative and unlike the liberal areas of Canada. She spent the entire meal complaining about liberals in Canada and how they were destroying the country. I was bemused by this and kept encouraging her to explain more to me about the superiority of her political views. She went on and on about how more liberal areas in her country were silly. Being a left-leaning libertarian, I just let her ramble on, her tone full of contempt for those who disagreed with her politics. We walked from the restaurant back to the car. As I opened the door for her, she remarked that she was impressed with it, which I thought was amusing and a bit weird as it was my ex-wife’s 10 year old Mercedes, nothing very special. My ex-wife and I had swapped vehicles as she needed my truck to move something. We got into the car and I tried to figure out where to go next. She told me that we couldn’t go back to her hotel room as her traveling companion would be there. I didn’t want to get another hotel room as I didn’t want to stay out too late. Lost for words, I leaned in for a kiss. We made out a bit. I nibbled on her neck and ears, eliciting encouraging moans. I gripped her firmly by the back of the neck and she let out a longer moan. I slipped my hand into her top and enjoyed feeling her small breasts. I pulled back and asked if she had ever been spanked properly. She replied that only her father had ever spanked her. I ignored the mention of her father, which I found hilarious in the context, pulled her towards me and told her to get up on her knees in the passenger seat. I bent her forward, her head over my lap in front of the steering wheel, and pulled her skirt up over her back. I landed a slap right on her ass. She yelled out. I landed a few more, alternating cheeks. She cried out a bit on most strokes, but not as loud as the first one. This eased my concern about making too much noise in the parking lot. I pulled her panties down to about mid thigh and reddened the areas that I had not already spanked well. Her breath was quickening. I stopped spanking her and ran a finger along her pussy. She let out a little sigh. She was already wet. I explored further. She was not bare, but trimmed. “You like that?” “Y-yes,” was all she could reply. She was trembling and squirming as I traced circles around her clit and pussy lips. I slipped a finger in slowly and she pushed back against me. We worked up a rhythm as her moans grew louder and more urgent. I held her tightly by the back of her neck with my left hand as I worked her pussy with my right, alternating between slipping my middle finger deep into her and rubbing her clit with my thumb. She obviously enjoyed being held tightly. I occasionally slapped her ass to keep things interesting. Her hands were on either side of my seat and she had trouble keeping her balance. I decided to be more diligent about her pussy. “You’re going to cum for me,” I told her. I traced circles around her clit with my thumb, doing nothing else but continuing to grip her tightly by the back of her neck to hold her in place. Her breathing quickened again. She became much more squirmy and started to grind her hips in a circular motion. I kept at her clit insistently. She yelled out and then caught herself, making only cute little squeaking noises as she came. I kept going until I knew she was done and released the grip on her neck. Ash she sat back, I tasted her on my fingers. She was watching me taste her and seemed dazed. I traced the middle finger of my right hound around her lips and then put it in her mouth. She sucked on it for a moment. I enjoyed seeing how flustered she was. I undid my belt and unzipped my pants. It was awkward as usual trying to get my pants down a bit in front of the steering wheel. She bent back over me and wrapped her right hand around my cock, immediately taking me into her mouth. She wasn’t very skilled, but she was enthusiastic. I wasn’t in a mood to coach her or guide her any more at that moment. I leaned back, enjoying the feeling of her lips and mouth around me and the little sucking sounds she was making. While I tried to be in the moment, I couldn’t help but think of the contempt and disdain and she had shown at dinner. I wondered what her friends would think of seeing her this way. I wondered how far her fantasies and desires diverged from her conservative upbringing. I looked out across the Applebee’s parking lot thinking about how ridiculous it was as a place to be getting a blowjob. I set these thoughts away and tried to enjoy the experience. She was working diligently. Her mouth and tongue felt incredible around me. Eventually I was close and told her so. She redoubled her efforts. “Don’t let any spill out. I don’t want a mess in here,” I told her. She didn’t disappoint. I exploded in her mouth and she kept sucking and swallowing, letting out a little moan. As I softened and became more sensitive, I guided her back up. I was relieved to see that there was still nobody in our corner of the parking lot as I worked to get my pants back on, zipped, and buckled. We talked a bit more about her plans for the next day. She was to attend another Disney park with her girlfriend. I was keen to get back home to let my dog out. I drove back across the street to the hotel and dropped her off. We chatted a bit over text the next day. I never heard from her again. I imagine her teaching Sunday school in Saskatchewan, admonishing others for insufficiently conservative behavior.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Would like the RAM to be upgraded as from what research I've done, this is very slow compared to the rest of the build, and would like a CPU cooler so this thing doesn't melt when we play WoW, etc.
What type of network connectivity do you need? (Wired and/or WiFi) If WiFi is needed and you would like to find the fastest match for your wireless router, please list any specifics.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
TBH I think this thing is mid tower. Colours / LED doesn't matter, can't see inside the case.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Already have one
Extra info or particulars:
My husband received a prebuilt from his parents as a late Christmas gift. I've never built a pc before but I've looked into it enough to tell this thing needs a RAM upgrade and a CPU cooler. I haven't opened the case yet, as we're away from home at the moment, so I can't even say if there is a cooler or not in there. Also from the specs sheet he sent me, I'm not even sure if it indicates what the case model is or what the motherboard is, so I'm not sure if that will cause any issues with this request. Additionally, what type of monitor do you guys think this thing could handle for gaming? 4k, or 1440p at 60hz or 120hz?? Thanks in advance <3
2020.02.06 20:45 MegzfreelancewritingSex work is (not) work
Sex work is (NOT) work!
I saw a trend on Twitter the other day that said sex work is work! I of course, had to check into why this was trending and what was being said because, I have to strongly disagree that sex work is work. I don't care how long being a sex worker aka hooker, prostitute, etc... has been around. It's NOT work! It's not a career or a "job." I don't know how anyone can say that it is. It's not like your child wakes up one day and says I want to be a hooker when I grow up like they do wanting to be a doctor, lawyer, firefighter, etc... Most people who end up in the sex worker trade do so because they're forced into it one way or another; either because they're homeless, runaways, addicted to some kind of drug, forced into the sex trade, or something else. It's not something someone wakes up and decides they want to do for a living. Here is a history of prostitutes: Italian courtesans knew freedom like no other prostitutes of the Renaissance period. While most women during this time were only truly able to educate themselves if they were sent to a convent, courtesans were able to study freely.Furthermore, courtesans were able to obtain the same security and stability as married women, and, unlike married women, they were actually able to embrace their sexuality.Widely considered the best educated and most cultured women of their time, these women were able to hold philosophical conversations and discuss poetry with their clients, in addition to providing sex services. Their influence became so great that they were actually able to affect politics by sharing their views with the politicians among their clientele.Contrary to popular belief, Japanese geishas were not actually solicited for sex (instead, they were entertainers and hostesses). To mistake a geisha for a prostitute was thought to be an incredibly shameful and dishonourable transgression. On the other hand, oiran, or “play women,” were in fact sex workers.Oiran were the highest ranked prostitutes during Japan’s Edo period (early 1600s-mid 1800s)—during which time prostitution was allowed. Considered skilled enough to entertain nobles, oiran often used extremely formal language and utilized elaborate costuming for their entertainment.Since they were able to escape the heavy patriarchal hand that often affected married women, these prostitutes were able to maintain their own power and influence without any hindrance.Throughout history, prostitutes have not exclusively been women–as seen, for example, in the Turkish bathhouses of the Ottoman Empire. With the rise of these bathhouses in the 15th century, young boys known as tellaks would help to bathe and massage their male clients, and even service them sexually.Even though sodomy was illegal during this time, tellaks would find other ways to pleasure their customers and sometimes form close relationships with them. They were even allowed to keep all the money they earned and would be well compensated for any services they provided.India’s complex history of prostitution has, at one time or another, featured around nine different tiers of sex workers. At the bottom, you’d find devadasis, originating from the untouchable caste.Unwillingly sold by their parents at ages as low as four, these women are forever pledged to the goddess of fertility, Yellamma. As they’re unable to marry mortal men, they work until they’re no longer considered young and attractive, and are cast out to live the remainder of their lives as beggars.At the highest tier were the ganika. Masters of 64 types of performing arts, ganika had an extensive knowledge of music, painting, theatre, and poetry.Whereas common prostitutes found themselves residing within overcrowded brothels, these elite courtesans took residence in well-furnished homes and even had their own servants. Since they stood as women of not just beauty, but refined intellect and skill, they were respected enough to be brought to public functions, such as festivals and parties.Of all the women in Greece’s long history of prostitution, none were held to such high standards as the auletrides. During a time when sex services were taxed by the state, auletrides were skilled in more than just the art of sexual pleasure. Many proved themselves to be not only accomplished singers and dancers, but even gymnasts and fencers.When hired out to entertain private parties and meetings, these women could end up earning the modern equivalent of several thousand dollars with just a single evening’s worth of work. Overall, they were able to find a respectable place within their culture and even found themselves featured in countless works of art and literature.In present-day America, Nevada is the only state that legally allows prostitution, within designated locations. One such brothel, the Moonlite BunnyRanch, has proven to be a fair and decent place for sex workers to earn their living.Not only are there strict rules stating that men must be using latex condoms during any sexual activity, STD tests are administered weekly to each of the 500 women licensed to work at the brothel.Drug use is strictly forbidden within the premises and any sexual limits set by the women are to be strictly followed by their customers. On top of it all, many of the women are in charge of creating their own marketing databases and even handle promoting themselves online.Prostitution in present day, Canada; Current laws on sex work, introduced by the Conservative government in 2014, make it illegal to purchase or advertise sexual services and illegal to live on the material benefits from sex work). Although it is legal to sell sexual services, in some cases it is illegal to solicit in public areas.It is the first time in Canadian history that the exchange of sexual services for money is made illegal. The Canadian Department of Justice, claims that the new legal framework "reflects a significant paradigm shift away from the treatment of prostitution as 'nuisance', as found by the Supreme Court of Canada in Bedford, toward treatment of prostitution as a form of sexual exploitation that disproportionately and negatively impacts on women and girls". Many sex workers' rights organisations, however, argue that the new law entrenches and maintains harm against sex workers since sex workers are still committing a crime, albeit there is an immunity from arrest for material benefits and advertising.The new laws came in response to the Canada (AG) v Bedford_v_Bedford) ruling of the Supreme Court of Canada, which found to be unconstitutional the laws prohibiting brothels, public communication for the purpose of prostitution and living on the profits of prostitution. The ruling gave the Canadian parliament 12 months to rewrite the prostitution laws with a stay of effect so that the current laws remain in force. Amending legislation came into effect on December 6, 2014, which made the purchase of sexual services illegal. There has long been a general agreement that the status quo of prostitution in Canada was problematic, but there has been little consensus on what should be done. There is an ideological disagreement between those who want to see prostitution eliminated (prohibitionism), generally because they view it either as an exploitative or unacceptable part of society, and those advocating decriminalisation because they view sex workers as having agency and prostitution as a transaction; they also believe prohibition encourages the exploitation of sex workers by denying them legal and regulatory protections. The term "sex work" is used interchangeably with "prostitution" in this article, in accordance with the World Health Organisation (WHO 2001; WHO 2005) and the United Nations (UN 2006; UNAIDS 2002). The Conservative majority Government of Canada, however, was committed to a prohibitionist position, as was laid out in its new legislation introduced in 2014.While the act of exchanging sex for money has been legal for most of Canada's history, the prohibition of the activities surrounding the sex trade has made it difficult to practise prostitution without breaking any law. This is the first time that the exchange of sexual services for money is made illegal.Canada inherited laws from the United Kingdom. The first recorded laws dealing with prostitution were in Nova Scotia in 1759. Following Canadian Confederation in 1867, the laws were consolidated in the Criminal Code) in 1892. These dealt principally with pimping, procuring, operating brothels and soliciting. Most amendments to date have dealt with the latter; originally classified as a vagrancy offence, this was amended to soliciting in 1972, and communicating in 1985. Since the Charter of Rights and Freedoms became law, the constitutionality of Canada's prostitution laws have been challenged on a number of occasions, successfully so in 2013, leading to a new legislative approach introduced in 2014.Before the provisions were struck down, the Criminal Code made the following unlawful:
owning, managing, leasing, occupying, or being found in a bawdy house, as defined in Section 197 (Section 210) declared invalid by the Ontario Court of Appeal, March 2012.
transporting anyone to a bawdy house (Section 211)
paying for sex with anyone under the age of 18 (Section 212)
communication in a public place for the purposes of prostitution (Section 213)
and transporting someone for the purpose of exploiting them or facilitating their exploitation (Section 279). This does not specify for any particular purpose, such as sexual exploitation
On March 26, 2012, the Ontario Court of Appeal struck down part of two provisions, subject to appeal, and the declaration is not in effect. An appeal was lodged with the Supreme Court of Canada on April 25, 2012, including an extension of the stay in effect. Lawyers for the respondents pointed out that the last minute appeal left them little time to respond. The activities related to sex work that are prohibited by law include operating a premises (sexual services establishment or brothel) where such activities take place, being found in such an establishment, procuring) for such purposes, and communicating such services (soliciting) in a public place, making it difficult to engage in prostitution without breaking any law. Automobiles are considered public spaces if they can be seen. On the other hand, working as an independent sex worker and private communication for such purposes (telephone, internet, e-mail, etc.) is legal. This ambivalence can cause confusion leading to one judge referring to the laws as 'Alice-in-Wonderland' and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court referred to the situation as "bizarre":
We find ourselves in an anomalous, some would say bizarre, situation where almost everything related to prostitution has been regulated by the criminal law except the transaction itself. The appellants' argument then, more precisely stated, is that in criminalizing so many activities surrounding the act itself, Parliament has made prostitution de facto illegal if not de jure illegal., per Dickson CJ at page 44
The legal situation has also been challenged in the rulings of two courts in Ontario in Bedford v. Canada_v_Bedford)—the respondents/appellants are sex worker activists Terri-Jean Bedford, Amy Lebovitch, and Valerie Scott—which described the laws as 'ancient' and emphasised that the purpose of the laws was not to eradicate prostitution but to mitigate harms emanating from it: "We are satisfied that the challenged provisions are not aimed at eradicating prostitution, but only some of the consequences associated with it, such as disruption of neighbourhoods and the exploitation of vulnerable women by pimps." OCA at 169In a dissenting opinion (2:3) regarding the potential harm of the laws, the appellate justices wrote:
The 1985 addition of the communicating provision to the existing bawdy-house and living on the avails provisions created an almost perfect storm of danger for prostitutes. Prostitutes were first driven to the streets, and then denied the one defence, communication, that allowed them to evaluate prospective clients) in real time. OCA at 364
'Prostitution' is not defined in Canadian statute law, but is based on case law which deems that three elements are necessary to establish that prostitution is taking place: (i) provision of sexual services, (ii) the indiscriminate nature of the act (soliciting rather than choosing clients), and (iii) the necessity for some form of payment.On October 25, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal and cross-appeal the Ontario Court of Appeal Bedford decision. The court also granted the motion to stay the Ontario Court of Appeal decision until judgement is passed, meaning that the Criminal Code sections at stake were still in force in Ontario. Chief Justice Beverley McLachlan wrote:
These appeals and the cross-appeal are not about whether prostitution should be legal or not. They are about whether the laws Parliament has enacted on how prostitution may be carried out pass constitutional muster. I conclude that they do not. I would therefore make a suspended declaration of invalidity, returning the question of how to deal with prostitution to Parliament.
In a decision dated December 20, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down the laws in question. They delayed the enforcement of their decision for one year—also applicable to the Ontario sections—to give the government a chance to write new laws. Following the announcement of the decision, Valerie Scott stated in the media that, regardless of the decision, sex workers must be involved in the process of constructing the new legislation: "The thing here is politicians, though they may know us as clients, they do not understand how sex work works. They won't be able to write a half-decent law. It will fail. That's why you must bring sex workers to the table in a meaningful way." In response, Peter MacKay, the Minister of Justice, introduced amending legislation, C-36, the "Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act" on June 4, 2014, which received first reading. It came into effect on December 6, 2014.The act is criticized by sex workers who believe that it is worse for their safety than the previous law because it forces the sex industry further underground.
Constitutional and case law
The passage of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982 allowed for the provision of challenging the constitutionality of laws governing prostitution in Canada in addition to interpretative case law. Other legal proceedings have dealt with ultra vires issues (whether a jurisdiction, such as a Provincial Government or municipality, has the powers to legislate on the matter).In 1990, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld the law which bans public solicitation of prostitution, arguing that the law had the goal to abolish prostitution, which was a valid goal. Reference re ss. 193 and 195.1 of Criminal Code, (the Prostitution Reference),  1 S.C.R. 1123 is a decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on the right to freedom of expression under section 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and on prostitution. The Court held that, although the Criminal Code provision that prohibited communication for the purpose of engaging in prostitution was in violation of the right to freedom of expression, it could be justified under section 1 of the Charter and so it was upheld. The majority found, with a 5:2 split and both women dissenting, that the purpose of eliminating prostitution was a valid goal, and that the provision was rationally connected and proportional to that goal. Accordingly, the provision was upheld.In 2010, a decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Bedford v. Canada_v_Bedford) held that the key provisions of the Criminal Code dealing with prostitution (Keeping a bawdy house; Living off the avails; Soliciting or Communicating for the purpose) were invalid, but a stay of effect was put in place. This was appealed by the crown resulting in a decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal on March 26, 2012. That court upheld the lower court's ruling on bawdy houses, modified the ruling on living on the avails to make exploitation a criminal offence, but reversed the decision on soliciting, holding that the effect on communities justified the limitation. Two of the five judges dissented from the last ruling, stating that the law on solicitation was not justifiable. The court continued a stay of effect of a further twelve months on the first provision, and thirty days on the second.Both parties had up to sixty days to appeal this decision to the Supreme Court of Canada and on April 25, the federal government stated it would do so. On October 25, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada agreed to hear the appeal.The Supreme Court also agreed to hear a cross-appeal by sex-trade workers on the Court of Appeal for Ontario's decision to ban solicitation. The Supreme Court of Canada heard the case on June 13, 2013, and overturned all restrictions on sex work, ruling that a ban on solicitation and brothels violated prostitutes' rights to safety.Meanwhile, a related challenge was mounted in British Columbia in 2007, but did not proceed due to a procedural motion by the Attorney General of Canada seeking dismissal on the grounds of lack of standing) by the litigants. This was upheld by the BC Supreme Court in 2008, but successfully appealed in 2010. The Attorney General then appealed this decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada who released their decision on September 21, 2012. They dismissed the appeal enabling the case to once again proceed in the court of first instance.The Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics report Street Prostitution in Canada (1993) stated that police activity is mainly directed at the street level. Over 10,000 prostitution-related incidents were reported in 1992; 95% communicating offences and 5% bawdy-house and pimping offences.In 1997, they reported a sharp increase in the number of prostitution-related incidents recorded by police for 1995, following two years of decline. Since these are police figures they are just as likely to reflect enforcement rather than actual activity. The report also stated that in the period 1991-5, 63 known prostitutes were murdered (5% of all women killed in Canada).Separate reports have not been published since, but included in Crime Statistics in Canada. Data from the 2007 report show 5,679 offences in 2006 (17/100,000 population), and 4,724 in 2007 (14). This translates into a change in -17.6% between 2006 and 2007, and -27.6% between 1998 and 2007.
The exact number of people in sex work is not known, since this cannot be collected reliably. Estimates vary widely, and should be interpreted with caution.About 10% to 33% of all prostitutes have been estimated to work primarily outside, and are thus more visible. The 2006 Subcommittee on Solicitation estimated 5-20%.According to some estimates, most sex workers are young women (average 22-25), who began working between 16 and 20, most are single, and estimates of the number of prostitutes who have children suggest this is between 30-70%. In some field studies, 62% of prostitutes in Vancouver, 50% in Toronto, and 69% in Montréal claimed that they worked for themselves, while the presence and influence of pimps was more extensive in the Maritimes and on the Prairies. Drug use has been found to vary substantially by region and gender: it is highest in the Atlantic provinces, lowest in Québec, and appears to be a problem for the men more than the women. However, all these figures need to be interpreted with caution and compared to the general population.A 1998 poll suggested 7% of Canadian men have paid for sex at least once in their life. This is much lower than in the United States, where in 1994, 18% of men stated they had paid for sex and 15% in 2004. However, these polls cannot be directly compared because the questions asked in each were not identical.
Nearly all law enforcement of the anti-prostitution laws concerns the people involved in street prostitution, with the other forms of prostitution being virtually ignored. The enforcement generally focuses on the prostitutes, and not on their customers.
Effects of section 213 (communicating)
More than 90% of prosecutions are under section 213 (communicating). Consequently, it has become the target of criticism that, while designed to prevent public nuisance, it ignores public safety. In practice, the communication law has not altered the extent of street-based sex work, but merely displaced it, often to more dangerous locations. The STAR project showed that relocation to poorly-lit, underpopulated areas reduced unwelcome attention by police and residents but increased the likelihood of 'bad dates'.
Prostitution issues by province
While sex work exists in all cities, one that has received a large amount of publicity is Vancouver due to poor socio-economic conditions in the Downtown Eastside, and the murder of a large number of women working in the sex trade, a disproportionate number of whom were aboriginal. "Body rub parlours" may be establishments in which sex work takes place, which would be illegal under bawdy house and communicating laws. Vancouver's milder climate may favour street prostitution. However sex workers and their support services in Vancouver have been very organised and vocal in responding to media criticisms. They have an uneasy relationship with the police. British Columbia has also been the area of Canada where most research has been carried out.The murders of 60+ sex workers, most of whom were Indigenous, from the downtown eastside of Vancouver in the 1990s and subsequent trials focussed national attention on the safety of sex workers under current legislation, which eventually led to court cases) challenging the constitutionality of those laws. These trials did not focus on the overrepresentation of Indigenous women and girls in street sex and trafficking trade which has been largely attributed to three main root causes: gender inequality, a subordinate place in settler-colonial society, and targeted violence; thus when paired with the racism aimed at the Indigenous population by the settler-colonial society, a violent attitude towards the bodies of Indigenous street workers is accepted. In 2011, a public inquiry into missing and murdered women again drew attention to the interaction between safety and legislation. It is most likely that Pickton was able to kill those women, specifically because they'd been displaced from the Downtown core in the "stroll" bounded by Helmcken Street north Seymour to Nelson, east to Richards and south to Helmcken Street to the industrial area in the Downtown Eastside.In 2012, a young Victoria man was convicted on charges relating to the prostitution of a child online. He was sentenced) to three years in prison.
Prostitution and health
A study was reported as showing that 26% of Vancouver's female sex workers were infected with HIV, and that Vancouver's overall prevalence of HIV was about 1.21%, six times higher than the national rate. Dr. Patricia Daly, chief medical health officer for Vancouver Coastal Health, was quoted as saying "Our message has always been that you should assume sex trade workers are HIV positive". This remark was criticised as offensive and inaccurate. Subsequent correspondence showed this figure to be misleading. The data actually represented injectable drug users attending health services. With more health related problems in middle age groupsSaskatchewan's HIV problems have received some publicity when health authorities blamed injectable drug users (IDU) and street sex workers in 2009. However HIV is uncommon amongst sex workers unless they are also IDUs and the Regina Street Workers Advocacy Project was critical of statements that demonised one group.
Prostitution and minors
Child prostitution is illegal, but there are community concerns that it is a growing problem. While expansive claims have been made as to its extent, expert reports conclude that such estimates cannot be relied upon. For instance, a 2002 report of the Justice Institute of British Columbia states that "Because of the illicit nature of commercial sexual exploitation, there is no way to accurately measure the number of children and youth being commercially sexually exploited. Estimates of the number of commercially sexually exploited children and youth in Canada vary greatly."
The Criminal Code was amended in 1988 to include child sexual abuse, and linking juvenile prostitution to the “procuring” section. In 1995, the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Working Group on Prostitution stated that these provisions “have been ineffective in bringing customers and pimps of youths involved in prostitution to justice.” They reported that charges under these provisions were rare, and that juvenile prostitutes and their clients continued to be charged under the general summary conviction offence prohibiting street prostitution, as with adults. Enforcement problems resulted from the reluctance of youths to testify against pimps, and the difficulty of apprehending clients.
📷Entrance of the Queen's Bench of Alberta building (Calgary)Alberta's Child Welfare Act (1997) added the purchase of sex from someone under 18 as child abuse, with fines up to $2,000 and/or six months in jail in addition to Criminal Code penalties. The Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act (February 1999) provided that a child wanting to exit prostitution may access community support programs, but if not could be apprehended by police. They could then be confined for up to 72 hours in a protective safe house, where they can receive emergency care, treatment, assessment and planning. Customers and pimps can be charged with child sexual abuse and fined up to $25,000, 2 years jail or both.However, in July 2000, the law was ruled unconstitutional. The Provincial Court determined that it did not respect a child’s legal rights because it lacked the “procedural safeguards” to allow youth the right to answer allegations or seek judicial appeal. But in December the Court of Queen’s Bench quashed this. Nevertheless, the government had already introduced amendments ensuring that when a child is confined they be informed in writing as to why they were being confined, its duration, court dates and the right to legal representation. The child is also given an opportunity to contact Legal Aid and that they may request court review of the confinement.Amendments were also made to enable children to receive additional care and support, including extending the confinement period for up to five days and allowing for authorities to apply for a maximum of two additional confinement periods of up to 21 days each.
A 2002 British Columbia Government report stated that some children end up in prostitution after running away from home, where they may have been victims of physical and/or sexual abuse. The report cited as causes of commercial sexual exploitation of children factors such as social isolation; low self-esteem; a dysfunctional family where violence and substance misuse were common; neglect; early sexual abuse or other traumatizing experience; dropping out of school; hidden disabilities, including Fetal Alcohol Syndrome—factors which pushed children into prostitution. Many children had a history of provincial care in a foster or group home, or living on their own, but some youth from well-functioning families had left home after a traumatic event becoming at risk of sexual exploitation once on the street. Some children came from families where prostitution was practised by other members, or from communities where prostitution was common.They found that some children were preyed upon by pimps who may slowly gain their trust, befriend them and provide them with food, accommodation and clothes before hooking them on drugs and alcohol and forcing them into sexual service. However, only a small proportion were found to be controlled in this manner, and older girls frequently introduced younger ones into the trade. Some pimps were considered as boyfriends, the report found. Pimps may use romantic techniques to seduce young girls. Where pimps appeared to be involved in recruitment, they worked in areas where young people congregate such as food courts in malls, community centres and schools, preferring unsupervised venues including fast food restaurants and bus stops but also supervised locations including drop-in programs, group homes, juvenile detention centres, youth shelters and treatment centres. Runaway children are easily spotted by pimps at the bus and train stations of major Canadian cities.
Human trafficking in persons
In the early 1990s, pressure was building for action on the sexual exploitation of foreign children by Canadian tourists travelling abroad, even though the extent was unknown, leading to the introduction of a number of private member's bills.C-27 (1996) amended s. 7 of the Criminal Code to address this. s. 7(4.1) extended its extraterritorial provisions to 11 sexual and sex-related offences against minors (but does not specify purchase of sex), and applies Canadian law to foreign jurisdictions.Following enactment of C-27 in 1997, the Department of Justice was involved in the development of the United Nations’ Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography, and Canada became a signatory in November 2001 (in force as of January 2002). At the same time C-15 simplified such prosecutions which had previously distinguished between prostitution and other forms of sexual abuse.In 2009, Joy Smith introduced Bill C-268, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (minimum sentence for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years)). This Bill amended Section 279.01 of Canada’s Criminal Code to create a new offence for child trafficking with a five-year mandatory penalty. Bill C-268 has received broad support from stakeholders concerned with human trafficking including law enforcement, victims’ services, First Nations representatives, and religious and secular non-governmental organizations. MP Joy Smith worked with her colleagues across party lines to gain support for the legislation. On September 30, 2009, Bill C-268 received near unanimous support from Conservative, Liberal and NDP parties and was passed by the House of Commons, although opposed by the Bloc Québécois. On June 29, 2010, Bill C-268 was granted Royal Assent and became law. The successful passage of a Private Members Bill is rare and it is only the 15th time in the history of the Canada that a Private Members Bill amended the Criminal Code.
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