Saskatchewan's justice minister says he'll with some of his provincial counterparts and ask online classified advertising service Craigslist to pull its "erotic services" section down.
Don Morgan's declaration is the latest salvo in a bid to curb human trafficking and the sexual trafficking of minors in Canada though a crackdown on internet-based advertising. On that same day, Manitoba Attorney General Andrew Swan said he would follow Ontario's lead in writing to the head of Craigslist asking for the removal of erotic services .
Three Ontario cabinet ministers ed a Sept. The Ontario ministers noted the website has not taken similar action in Canadian cities, where there are still hundreds of offering sex for money.
Monday, Morgan suggested writing to Craigslist on Saskatchewan's behalf could produce beneficial in curbing the sex-trafficking of minors. I intend to make the request and if we don't have some interest or uptake then we have to decide what we're going to do after that," he said.
Should Craigslist not voluntarily comply with his request, Morgan said he would consider other options. He stressed that he was not trying to censor the internet. Saskatchewan Sask.
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