Tories target human trafficking in new campaign

 CBC News


The federal government is partnering with Crime Stoppers to enlist the Canadian public’s help in detecting and reporting signs of potential human trafficking.

The announcement Tuesday by Public Safety Minister Vic Toews comes in the wake of last month’s arrival of the MK Sun Sea, a ship carrying hundreds of Tamil migrants, in B.C.

Toews said the "Blue Blindfold" campaign will give Canadians a better understanding of how to detect human trafficking and how to report suspicious activity.

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