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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. They are very abused women. So I'm saying, could we not look at, consider, or even discuss the possibility of a stroll," Ms. She spoke on Tuesday in the B. Orr wants the Victoria city council to consider the idea. The Liberal MLA, who is a board member on a local advocacy group for sex-trade workers in Victoria and has been pushing for more rights for the workers for 10 years, told globeandmail.
She said it's an affordable area with young families and low-cost housing. Orr said that the truth is, no one wants prostitutes in their own neighbourhood, and no one wants the workers in the downtown core.
She suggests that the prostitutes be given a designated street or streets in a more industrial part of the city with no residential homes. She also suggested a designated time for the area to be used, which would be, for example, 8 p. These people also have to be protected. Just because they're in the sex trade doesn't mean they don't deserve protection. While prostitution is legal under the Criminal Code, it is still illegal to procure or live off the avails of prostitution of another person.
The actual act of buying and selling prostitution services is not illegal. Orr said if there were a designated area under a bylaw then the police would possibly "turn a blind eye. However, both Mayor Alan Lowe and B. Premier Gordon Campbell quashed the idea on Tuesday.
Campbell was reported saying Tuesday in the Victoria Times-Colonist. Orr said she spoke with Mr. Campbell Tuesday and while he told her he disagrees with her suggestion and she respects that, she says she still intends to bring up the stroll for discussion and debate with city council, community organizations.