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BILL C-36 Bill C-36 was ushered in under the Tories in 2014 and considers the selling of sex as legal, but makes the buying of "sexual services" a criminal offence. It also makes it illegal for anyone to communicate for the purpose of prostitution and bans advertising the sexual services of others.
JEREMY GRIMALDI firstname.lastname@example.org Onyx Ronin lives in the shadows when she’s at work. She and countless women like her occupy the grey areas of law, somewhere between legitimacy and criminality. Society at large might prefer to forget her profession exists, rather than admit it’s not only real, but a flourishing industry. She’s a "body rubber," as defined by the laws that govern her career. She has never been arrested and says she sees police "maybe once a year." People might think Ronin, her working name, and her peers destroy families and corrupt men. But she sees her job in a different light and believes you should, too. "I feel that I relieve a lot of road rage," she said during a recent interview. "People are stressed in this world; when they’re on the table, they are happy and relaxed. When I’m touching someone, I feel relaxed and comfortable and I’m sharing an experience with someone. "It’s about selling intimacy, the human touch, to feel connected to someone else." The 28-year-old employee of the female-owned MUSE Spa, which has locations in Vaughan and Toronto, is open about her work. She says "there’s nothing wrong with having sex for money," although that’s not what she does.
Onyx Ronin is a body rubber (masseuse). She is standing up for the profession and saying the laws should be changed to better protect the women involved. "People do all sorts of things for money," she says. "I don’t understand why we are so stuck on this idea that sexuality can’t be commodified in this one particular way when people accept it being commodified in so many other ways." At the spa, she gives "full body erotic massages" largely to men aged 40 to 50. She says MUSE targets men at a higher price point, suggesting her clients are rarely, if ever, intoxicated, and very "respectful." But she says she can’t speak
for a "door fee" and $80 of which goes to the attendant. Ronin decided to share her story and opinions after MUSE’s Vaughan location was robbed on Dec. 28, 2016. At the time, York Regional Police Det. Sgt. Dave Noseworthy said many massage parlours don’t report robberies because neither employers nor employees want publicity. That, says Ronin, shows the law, in its current form, doesn’t properly protect workers in the sex trade. "I would like to see law-
makers looking through the lens that there’s nothing morally wrong with providing sexual services for money," she said. "I would like them to ask, ’How can we help people work without shame and afford them the same rights that everyone else is protected by law?’" The current law, a complicated set of guidelines, criminalizes the buying of sex and the advertising of "sexual services", York police Det. Sgt. Thai Truong explained. Ian McLeod, a spokes-
person for the Department of Justice, says any person who purchases sexual services, including manual masturbation, in any place, including a massage parlour, commits an offence. McLeod added that the Minister of Justice has committed to monitoring the impacts of Bill C-36, which regulates prostitution. Ronin, like others in her trade, needs a municipality-issued licence that has her name, photograph and home address to work as a "body rubber." She must also pass a communicable disease test.She suggests the federal government needs to draft new measures to ensure women and girls are not being forced into the profession and exploited. She envisions a society where all sex workers are in constant contact with the authorities, which would improve the chances of helping those that don’t want to be there. "It should be legal and protected, just like every other job," she said. Ronin says her job doesn’t suit everyone and businesses see a high turnover, but she insists that her experience has been positive. "As much as this job is not for everyone, it is for me," she said. "I’m a normal person, I am a happy person. I am choosing to do this."
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generally about her profession: "As for other girls, I don’t know." Ronin studied classical music at the University of Toronto, before studying sex work as part of her master’s degree at York University. After graduation, she worked retail jobs. She entered the industry at 25 and immediately saw an extraordinary jump in pay, she says, explaining she now makes between $80 and $300 an hour. According to MUSE’s website, 30 minutes with an attendant costs $120, $40
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lation targets set for 2031, upwards of 75,000 people, Pellegrini said King’s population target will remain steady at 35,000. According to King’s director of planning, Stephen Kitchen, the main drivers of the growth over the last five years was the pent up demand due to formerly unavailable servicing in King City and Nobleton. King’s population
growth has been relatively small if you look at a longer period of time. According to the 1996 census, the population was 18,223 which mean’s the township has added roughly 6,000 new people over 20-year span. Pellegrini said the township has the benefit of having large swath of its lands being in the Greenbelt and the Oak Ridges Moraine. "That’s not going to change," he said. "Ninety-nine per cent of the land
is Greenbelt and Oak Ridges Moraine." The development people are seeing in King City, Nobleton and Schomberg has long been part of the township’s official plan, Pellegrini said. The township is now embarking on the new official plan, but Pellegrini said the population numbers look to be reasonable for the future. "We’re looking at just over 700 more people per
year for the next 14 years, which is manageable," he said. According to the census, the fastest growing municipality in Ontario was Milton which saw its population balloon from 84,362 to 110,128 which represented a 30.5 per cent increase. King was the 15th-fastest growing municipality in Canada. The only other York Region municipality to finish in the Top 30 was Whitchurch-Stouffville at 19.
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Law should protect sex workers While it may be a touchy subject, it’s high time the federal government revisited its laws governing the sale and purchase of sexual services. Bill C-36, or the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, was enacted in December 2014, after the Supreme Court had found a year earlier that sections of the previous laws governing prostitution were unconstitutional. It was touted by the federal government as targeting purchasers of sexual services, or johns, while protecting those engaged in sex work. Others, however, were critical of the new law and argued it not only made sex workers more vulnerable to becoming victims of crime, but contained many of the same issues that led to its predecessor being repealed. Two years later, the profession remains a risky business for many of those in it. That’s why people such as Onyx Ronin, who works as a "body rubber" at the female-run MUSE Spa, are speaking up about the law’s shortcomings. For example, the MUSE location in Vaughan was robbed late last year and, at the time, York Prostitution is Regional Police Det.-Sgt. Dave Noseworthy noted many simicolloquially lar establishments don’t recrimes for fear of reperreferred to as port cussions. Ronin, who has a licence "the world’s for what she does and must oldest pass a communicable disease test, says that just goes to profession" show how inadequate the laws are when it comes to protecting those providing sexual services. Rather than "shame" people, she’d prefer to see them extended the same rights workers in any other industry enjoy, including protection under the law. Prostitution is colloquially referred to as "the world’s oldest profession", which suggests, legal or not, it will continue to happen. However, by making it and other sexual services unlawful, or shunting them into a legal grey area, it drives this activity underground, thus inviting an element of criminality that can lead to human trafficking, assaults and murders against sex workers and a host of other ills. Instead of the status quo, Ronin would like to see the laws facilitate constant contact between those in the profession and the authorities. It would not only improve safety, but also ensure no one is forced into it. We agree. While regulations would be necessary no one wants solicitation near a school for example the law shouldn’t endanger sex workers or foster a breeding ground for dangerous criminality.
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improved," Chartier said. "Further, there are too many seniors with dementia and other cognitive needs who do not have access to the necessary specialized resources in their homes to support them. We need to change this." If no long-term beds are added, it will "definitely" impact health care services, Chartier said. Chartwell Aurora has two longterm care homes side-by-side on Mill Street southwest of Yonge and Wellington streets, including a much newer building beside the home Chartier visited. While residents are well cared for in both homes, there is clearly a difference in the amenities of the buildings, administrator Greg Boudreau said. "This (seniors’ care issue) is a huge deal," he said, adding new homes provide residents with more privacy and better dining and recreational facilities. "The residents have lived their entire lives helping Canada grow. At the time they are at their most frail and vulnerable, they (should be) able to live their days in the most respectful environment possible." Also, homes need staff better trained to deal with residents with more complex needs, he said. "When we’re more proactive rather than reactive, we’re able to help the residents, which also helps the other residents that are in their environment, so it just makes it better for everybody," he said.
Candace Chartier, chief executive officer of the Ontario Long Term Care Association made an announcement related to seniors’ care and the needs of seniors living in long-term care in the province.
Trinity Di Simone of Richmond Hill and Olivia Railton of Aurora were recently accepted by Oxford University to study psychology and law.
Country Day School students to study at Oxford AMANDA PERSICO email@example.com On average, one of the world’s leading universities, Oxford University, only accepts 10 Canadians each year. This year, two of those students were from Country Day School (CDS) in King Township. Grade 12 students Trinity De Simone and Olivia Railton are headed to England in the fall to study. For Aurora resident Railton, Oxford has been a dream since attending a debating tournament at Queen’s University in Grade 9. Another debating student had recently been accepted. "I was immediately intrigued," Railton said. With plenty of research and making more Oxford connections, including her current debate coach who is an Oxford alumni, applying to Oxford became more and more of a reality. Now, she has her sights set on the Oxford Union, one of the world’s most famous debating societies. Railton recently competed at the national debating championship in Winnipeg, with the hope of competing at the world for the third time. For Richmond Hill resi-
dent De Simone, she came to know and love Oxford from a young age during a trip to England. "I fell in love with the country," she said. "That’s when I decided I was going to live there when I was older."But it wasn’t until she was halfway through her high school career did she consider Oxford an option. De Simone didn’t return to England until her Oxford University acceptance interview in December. "At that point, it was just a memory," she said. "But I needed to know if the school was for me or just 6th grade me. I still felt at home there." Both CDS students received acceptance letters at the beginning of January via email. "I was in a daze for a few days," De Simone said. "It reframed my vision of the future." Railton thought she misread the letter. "I just kept reading and re-reading it," she said. "I was sure I was missing a ’no’ somewhere." While the initial shock has worn off, both students have to try keep their focus to ensure their grades are up to par. "My plan, is to go through the rest of the year as if I didn’t find out," De Simone said.
As he looks around the common room at the very frail seniors asleep in their wheelchairs, Brian English says the health of residents in his nursing home has declined dramatically since he moved in seven years ago. "My memory tells me that when I came in here first, this whole floor (of residents) was mobile and, for the most part, cognitive. That has changed drastically," said the 66year-old, who remains agile and mentally alert despite having a stroke that resulted in him moving into Chartwell Aurora Long Term Care Residence, built in the 1970s. "I can’t say there’s a big discrepancy in the age (between when I moved in and now) but certainly in terms of the mental and physical health, it’s huge. You look around and you see the number of wheelchairs."English remembers when there were only a handful of residents in wheelchairs, which meant there was enough space for recreational activities. "Plus, there are so many (residents) with varying degrees of dementia, there are constant interruptions," he added. "They (staff) have to spend so much of their time to provide order or restore order before they can continue the program." English is in a room with three other men, one of whom he said has many health concerns and occupies the washroom for several hours a day. Candace Chartier, CEO of the Ontario Long-Term Care Association, was at Chartwell Feb. 9 to highlight concerns with seniors’ care. That includes worries the province’s long-term care homes are unable to meet the needs of a rapidly aging population and doubts about Ontario’s ability to care for the dramatic increase in the number of elderly residents with complex needs. "It’s what keeps me up at night," Chartier said, adding there are not enough long-term care homes in the province and many of the existing ones are outdated. "It scares me that we’re not going to be prepared for the seniors coming down the pipeline. We’re not prepared now." There are many challenges facing seniors in York Region, Chartier said. There are now more than 72,500 residents over the age of 75, which is
expected to grow by 76.7 per cent in the next decade and by 183 per cent in the next two decades. On average, York Region will see an increase of 18 seniors a day until 2027, Chartier said. Almost a third of York’s long-term care homes need to be modernized, meaning more than 630 seniors in the region are living in outdated facilities, she said. The problems extend beyond York’s borders. About 97 per cent of seniors in long-term care in Ontario suffer from two or more chronic diseases, 97 per cent require assistance with daily activities and 90 per cent have some form of cognitive impairment. There are 23,000 people on the waiting list for a long-term care bed. About 40 per cent of people in hospitals are patients waiting for long-term care. "The challenges are broad and significant and we believe that something must be done today because tomorrow doesn’t look so rosy," Chartier said. The association is lobbying the provincial government to make seniors’ care a priority in this year’s budget and is also urging people to go on the website betterseniorscare.ca and sign a petition demanding better care for the elderly. "Today, almost half of Ontario’s long-term care homes are in need of renewal. There are 35,000 licences set to expire in 2025 and we need to ensure the government comes forward with the necessary tools to see them
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l Monday, February 20 Aurora’s Arctic Adventure WHEN: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. WHERE: Aurora Town Park, 49 Wells St., Aurora CONTACT: Shelley Ware, 905-726-4762, email@example.com Live entertainment, ice carving, animal show, hockey shootouts, snow shoeing, tubing, body zorbs, inflatables, mini golf and Soup for Smiles.
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Visit yorkregion.com/events to submit your own community events for online publishing. adventure, hot soup, fresh bread and a variety of fun activities. Canadian Superheroes Film Festival: Family Day WHEN: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. WHERE: Aurora Cultural Centre, 22 Church St., Aurora CONTACT: Jane Taylor, 905-713-1818, email@example.com Enjoy a looping series of Heritage Minutes, trivia, photo booth fun and family art activities. Lyme Disease Support Group Meeting WHEN: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. WHERE: York Region Police Station Community Room, 177 Major Mackenzie Dr. W., Richmond Hill CONTACT: Linda, firstname.lastname@example.org If you or someone you know has Lyme disease, join us on Family Day. l Tuesday, February 21 The Kings Feet Underground Sound Literary Festival WHEN: 7 p.m. - 11 p.m. WHERE: Scruffy Duck Restaurant, 357 Main St., King CONTACT: Dorita,
Kathy or Nancy, 647-221-1870, email@example.com The Arts Society King introduces our first annual open mic "underground sound" literary festival. l Thursday, February 23 Bad Art Night at Kleinburg Library WHEN: 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. WHERE: Kleinburg Library, 10341 Islington Ave. N., Vaughan CONTACT: Kleinburg Library, 905-653-7323, Librarian.Librarian@vaughan.ca, www.vaughanpl.info COST: $10 per ticket Do you have a passion for art, and a decided lack of skill or talent? So do we! We’ll sip wine as we create art. l Saturday, February 25 Annual Garage (Rummage) Sale WHEN: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. WHERE: St. Matthew’s United Church, 333 Crosby Ave., Richmond Hill CONTACT: Paul Gray, 905-884-3606, firstname.lastname@example.org Lots of bargains. Browse through our selection of gently used household goods, small furniture, toys, clothing and more.
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l Saturday, February 18 Opera’s Greatest Hits - York Symphony Orchestra WHEN: 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. WHERE: Trinity Anglican Church, 79 Victoria St., Aurora CONTACT: Francine Hudspith, 416-716-5469, firstname.lastname@example.org, http:// www.yorksymphony.ca COST: Adults $28, seniors $23, students $15 Join us for a concert of your favourite opera themes. Come share this memorable performance featuring the greatest overtures and arias.
Lake Simcoe Ice Fishing Championship Derby takes place this weekend.
The winter carnival features fireworks, music and other events and activities for visitors. Newmarket Folk Society presents Sultans of String WHEN: 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. WHERE: Royal Canadian Legion, 707 Srigley Street, Newmarket CONTACT: Graham Bonesteel, 905 895-4977, email@example.com COST: $25 Newmarket Folk Society presents
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