CARE Project Grey-Bruce is a survivor-founded, community-based project that wants to see an end to human trafficking in our communities.
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"Perhaps it is easier to believe that nothing like that could ever happen in our own backyard, but ... HUMAN TRAFFICKING
does happen here"

Not For Sale End Human Trafficking March Owen Sound Ontario Canada
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Our focus

To raise awareness, empowerment and be a supportive voice for those impacted by sexual trafficking and exploitation within

our community and across Canada.

Human trafficking is happening in communities across Canada,
including Grey & Bruce counties. 
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  • In Ontario, the most common form of human trafficking is for the purpose of sexual exploitation.  

  • 90% of sexual trafficking victims are women and girls.

  • Indigenous women roughly make up 50% of human trafficking victims

  • In 2019, 65% of known human trafficking victims identified by police were under the age of 25.

  • There were 2,468 police-reported incidents of human trafficking in Canada between 2009-2019.

 Source:  Stats Canada 2019, Ontario.ca

want to learn more?

Say hello to our Team and watch a short 4 minute teaching video we created to give you the basics on ...

WHAT IT IS, HOW IT HAPPENS, WARNING SIGNS, AND HOW YOU CAN GET HELP.
What is it? -- Sexual Trafficking || Human Trafficking in Canada
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what can you do?

Get educated.

Learn everything you can about this topic, how someone can get help and share this information with your friends and family.
Talk about it! 

While it can be an uncomfortable topic, we need to continue to have these conversations and raise awareness about the reality of this issue within our communities.  
volunteer.

Volunteer your time or fund-raise for programs and services or community initiatives that support victims and survivors impacted by human trafficking.
Take Action!  

Start-up or join an advocacy group, hand out information packets, host an awareness event or request one at your local school.  Write to our government representatives or local news concerning this issue.
AND REMEMBER ...

If something doesn't feel right about a situation, let a trusted adult or place know about it!  In many cases, a victim has been saved simply because someone spoke up.