The Supreme Court of Canada struck down the country’s prostitution laws in a unanimous 9-0 ruling. The landmark Supreme Court decision gives Parliament a one-year window to produce new legislation, which means prostitution-related offences will remain in the Criminal Code until December 2014. Lawyer Alan Young and Don Hutchinson from the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada spoke following the ruling.
Council divided over plan to close Bloor Street on Sundays
City of Toronto staff will study a proposal to close a stretch of Bloor Street to cars on several Sundays over the summer.