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This teaching and research exhibit explores the history of the sex trade and bawdy house legislation in Canada. It profiles the research of fifteen University of Toronto graduate and undergraduate students whose work helps to contextualize some of the debates surrounding this topic. These include the research of co-curator Megan Ross (SJD candidate, Faculty of Law), Dr. L. Bertram, and students from Dr. L. Bertram's seminar "The Oldest Profession in Canada" in the Department of History. This exhibit was also created with the assistance of Jesse Carliner, Kyla Everall and Abigail Sparling from the University of Toronto Libraries.