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Aimee Chalifoux was in and out of foster care, bathing herself in mall washrooms and struggling to get clean clothes. Chalifoux was in eighth grade at Woodlands Secondary School in Nanaimo when she first met her older, year-old friend. They hung out, her friend fed her and she had money to party. She wants people to believe it and know it can happen to anybody. Exploitation of underage girls and vulnerable women and trafficking is a reality in Canada.
They can be lured by money, a sense of security, love or drugs and controlled through intimidation and mobility. Reza Moazami was recently sentenced to 23 years for 30 prostitution-related offences involving teenagers, some as young as 14 and 15 years old. The case detailed how young girls were drawn into the sex trade — most were introduced to Moazami through a friend and several worked out of hotels in different cities, including Nanaimo, court documents show.
Women are advertised in online classifieds like Craigslist and Back Page, through escort agencies and massage parlors. Sex is sold indoors, in apartments and hotels. One of the significant elements of exploitation is social isolation and moving victims away from friends and family, he said.
If someone grows suspicious or makes a report to authorities, the trafficked women are moved someplace else. Police see scenarios where people are moved into an apartment building and services are advertised. Officers knock on the door and encounter a terrified, non-English speaking woman who says very little.
When police try to follow up a day or two later, the apartment has been shut down. The RCMP prompted a sex-trade cohort, made up of 17 organizations, to help tackle sex-trade issues in Nanaimo. Those who deal with youths at risk need to be aware of the red flags, LaBerge said, like a lack of ties to the community and no friends or social network.