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The Contagious Diseases Acts + The 1892 Criminal Code

Canada. Parliament of Canada. The Criminal Code, 1892, 55-56 Victoria, Chap. 29, Together with an Act to Amend the Canada Temperance Amendment Act, 1888, Being Chapter 26 of the Same Session. Ottawa: Printed by S.E. Dawson, 1892. Print.

Canada. Government of Ontario. Inspector of Prisons and Public Charities. Annual report of the Inspector of Prisons and Public Charities: upon the common gaols, prisons and reformatories of the Province of Ontario ; being for the year ending 30th September. Toronto : Printed by C. B. Robinson, 1902. Print.

Great Britain. Home Office. Criminal Law Amendment Bill and Act of 1885. 1885. Web. 

Great Britain. House of Commons. Criminal Code Bill Commission. Report of the Royal Commission appointed to consider the law relating to indictable offences: with an appendix containing a draft code embodying the suggestions of the commissioners. London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and Willian Spottiswoode, 1879. House of Commons Parliamentary Papers. ProQuest. 8 June 2016.

Stead, William Thomas. The maiden tribute of modern Babylon. London : Pall Mall Gazette, 1885. Web. 

Legislating the "White Slave Panic," 1885-1914

Backhouse, Constance B. "Nineteenth-century Canadian prostitution law: Reflection of a discriminatory society." Social History/Histoire Sociale 18.36 (1985): 387-423. Web.

Bell, Ernest A. Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls, Or, War on the White Slave Trade: A Complete and Detailed Account of the Shameless Traffic in Young Girls. New York: Gordon Press, 1975. Print.

Blair, Madeleine. Madeleine: an autobiography. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1919. Print.

Clark, C. S. Of Toronto the good: a social study: The queen city of Canada as it is. Montreal: The Toronto Publishing Company, 1898. Web.

League of Nations. Advisory Committee on Social Questions. Prevention of Prostitution: A Study of Measures Adopted or under Consideration, Particularly with Regard to Minors. Geneva: League of Nations, 1943. Print.

League of Nations. Suppression of the White Slave Traffic: [in] Women and Children:. Geneva: League of Nations, 1920. Print.

League of Nations. Traffic in Women and Children Committee. Abstract of the reports from governments on the system of licensed houses as related to traffic in women and children. Geneva: League of Nations, 1927. Print.

Murphy, Emily F. The Black Candle. Toronto: T. Allen, 1973. Print.

United Nations. International Conference for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic (Diplomatic Conference), Paris, 1904. International agreement for the suppression of the white slave traffic, signed at Paris on 18 May 1904, amended by the protocol signed at Lake Success, New York, 4 May 1949. Lake Success, NY: United Nations, 1949. Print.

United Nations. International Conference for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic (Diplomatic Conference), Paris, 1910. International convention for the suppression of the white slave traffic, signed at Paris on 4 May 1910, amended by the protocol signed at Lake Success, New York, 4 May 1949. Lake Success, NY: United Nations, 1949. Print. 

Valverde, Mariana. The age of light, soap, and water: Moral reform in English Canada, 1885-1925. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2008. Print.

Policing Burlesque and Strip Clubs in Toronto

Hébert, Chantal. Le Burlesque Au Québec: Un Divertissement Populaire. Ville LaSalle: Hurtubise HMH, 1981. Print.

Ross, Becki. Burlesque West: Showgirls, Sex and Sin in Postwar Vancouver. Ed. Becki L. Ross. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009. Web.

Strange, Carolyn. Toronto’s Girl Problem : The Perils and Pleasures of the City, 1880-1930. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995. Web.

Bawdy House Law + Homophobia: The Bathhouse Raids 1981-2002

The Body politic. Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Pink Triangle Press, 1976-. Print. 

Bruner, Arnold. Study of Relations between the Homosexual Community and the Police: Report to Mayor Arthur Eggleton and the Council of the City of Toronto. Toronto: Toronto City Council, 1981. Print.

Out of the Showers and into the Streets. Toronto: June 13 Committee, 2001. Print.

White, David, and Pat Sheppard. Report on Police Raids on Gay Steambaths. Toronto: Toronto City Council, 1981. Print.

xtraonline. "Track Two - Enough is Enough." Online video clip. YouTube. 7 Feb 2011. Web. 

New Voices: The Bedford Decision

Allain, Jane. Prostitution. Ottawa: Library of Parliament, Research Branch, Law and Government Division, 1982. Print.

Canada. Department of Justice. Communications and Public Affairs. Street prostitution: Assessing the impact of the law: Calgary, Regina Winnipeg. Ottawa: Department of Justice, 1989. Print.

Canada. Department of Justice. Communications and Public Affairs. Street prostitution: Assessing the impact of the law: Halifax. Ottawa: Department of Justice, 1989. Print.

Canada. Department of Justice. Communications and Public Affairs. Street prostitution: Assessing the impact of the law: Montreal. Ottawa: Department of Justice, 1989. Print.

Canada. Department of Justice. Communications and Public Affairs. Street prostitution: Assessing the impact of the law: Synthesis report. Ottawa: Department of Justice, 1989. Print.

Canada. Department of Justice. Communications and Public Affairs. Street prostitution: Assessing the impact of the law: Torono. Ottawa: Department of Justice, 1989. Print.

Canada. Department of Justice. Communications and Public Affairs. Street prostitution: Assessing the impact of the law: Vancouver. Ottawa: Department of Justice, 1989. Print.

Canada v. Bedford. S.C.C. 72. Supreme Court of Canada. 20 Dec. 2013. CanLII. Web. 

Hanger, Art, and John Maloney. The Challenge of Change: A Study of Canada's Criminal Prostitution Laws : Report of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights. Ottawa: Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights, 2006. Web. 

Ontario Advisory Council on the Status of Women. Pornography and Prostitution: A Brief. Toronto: Ontario Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1984. Print.

Sex workers for sex workers. Maggie's Zine. Toronto: Maggie's, 1994-. Print.

Bill C-36

Bill C-36: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act. 41st Parl., 2nd Sess. [Ottawa] LEGISinfo, 2014. Parliament of Canada. Web. 

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