See The Signs to Stop Human Trafficking

Sex trafficking is a growing crisis in cities and towns across the country, with Canadian youth being manipulated and forced into sex trafficking every day. The Joy Smith Foundation has launched “See the Trafficking Signs,” a powerful national awareness and education campaign intended to prevent Canadian youth from being lured into the sex trade.

Timed to coincide with National Human Trafficking Awareness Day (Feb. 22), the campaign is designed to educate people on the common signs that someone may be at risk of being groomed and lured into sex trafficking.

The awareness campaign is being supported by police at both the national and regional levels, reflecting the fact that sex trafficking is widespread, occurring in communities both large and small from coast to coast.

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