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The window in Hughes’ office overlooks Tranquille Road. With a $750,000 a year budget his staff of outreach workers is in contact with most of the road’s marginalized, doing everything from needle exchange to finding food, shelter and health care.
“Women who are picked up as sex-trade workers — should they be pushed through the criminal justice system or a health-care system?” asks Hughes. “Well I would believe, based on my knowledge of this community, that people are in favour of assistance and help.”
He’s part of a group looking at the North Shore Improvement Plan and the recent debate of sex trade in the area and says, “We are at a crossroads. We have ladies on the street who don’t want to be there, defiling themselves, and it’s affecting our community.”
Including Georgian Court the society owns and manages 186 apartments. It has become the largest non-profit housing provider in the city. It accommodates low-income single individuals, seniors and low-income families. Georgian Court will be a transition-housing complex where people can live for up to two years. In the future, the society hopes to build a 50-unit, one-bedroom apartment complex that will house the individuals who move through Georgian Court, says Dawn Hrycun, CEO of the John Howard Society Thompson Region.
“I’m not saying things are perfect,” says Hughes “but I have never felt the sense of optimism around what the government and community is prepared to do to help these marginalized people.”
Denise Heather Hamill, age 31, was found in the Thompson River on Aug. 1, 2003. It took several days for the RCMP to identify the victim. The local media assisted by showing jewelry from the victim, which helped to identify her. She is believed to have been murdered elsewhere and her body dumped into the river by the killer. She was a sex-trade worker who was known to police. Hamill’s mother says her daughter was a happy go-lucky person as reported in the Kamloops Daily News (Aug. 16, 2003).
Shana Labatte, age 30, was found near the beach at Weyerhaeuser on March 23, 2004. She is believed to have been murdered elsewhere and her body dumped where it was found. The mother of two was a sex-trade worker and known to police. She was addicted to drugs and separated from her children, but missed them terribly and wanted to straighten her life out, according to a report in the Kamloops Daily News (Oct. 28, 2004).
The badly beaten body of Sherri Lee Hiltz, age 44, was found in a vacant lot on Surrey Avenue on April 8, 2005. She was a sex-trade worker and was known to police. A mother and recovering addict, Hiltz once wrote a letter to the Kamloops Daily News (appeared Apr. 28, 2000) after an incident in a dentist’s office to remind people “they shouldn’t be so quick to judge others.”
Anyone with information on any of the murders is urged to call Kamloops RCMP at 828.3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).
Red Zone Arrests.
17 sex-trade workers arrested during two-day undercover sting operation first week in June.
38 people arrested during two-week undercover operation targeting street dealers in early July.
22 johns arrested during two-day undercover sting operation in late July.
Prostitution ruling opens doors.
Federal government ‘exploring all possible options’
Mike Youds Daily News Staff Reporter with The Canadian Press / Kamloops Daily News.
December 21, 2013 01:00 AM.
Terri-Jean Bedford is seen at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa Friday morning after learning Canada’s highest court struck down the country’s prostitution laws in their entirety in a unanimous 9-0 ruling. Photograph By The Canadian.
Terri-Jean Bedford is seen at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa Friday morning after learning Canada’s highest court struck down the country’s prostitution laws in their entirety in a unanimous 9-0 ruling.
The Supreme Court of Canada started the clock ticking Friday for Parliament to reshape social policy dealing with the world’s oldest profession.
Red-light district gets serious thought.
A mayoral committee struck to address rising concerns over the sex trade in Kamloops is looking at the possibility of a red light district.
Prostitution is never going away, says the manager of the North Shore Business Improvement Association, so it’s time to decide where it should go.
Peter Mutrie was just one member of the Kamloops Community Action Team to agree with the need for a red-light district at Thursday’s meeting .
The discussion was in response to a bylaw being reviewed by Kamloops city council that would see prostitutes restricted from specific areas of the city, including areas around parks and schools.
But moving these women around means they’ll pop up in another part of the city, Mutrie said.
“If we suppress it here it will blossom elsewhere,” he said. Mutrie asked committee members to suggest possible red-light areas.
“Where is it OK to practise?” he asked.
Several outreach workers who counsel the women involved in the sex trade agreed with Mutrie, and suggested a more centralized prostitution zone would make life easier in tracking the women and providing them with exit opportunities.

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