The raids unfolded in three phases between March 27 and April 1 and led to arrests in Toronto and the greater Montreal area.
The victims came to Canada via land crossing or with illegitimate visas with the assistance of a criminal organization, the RCMP allege.
Once in the country, the women were forced to perform sex work in Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
At a news conference today in St-Hubert, Que., RCMP said "several key players as well as the main leaders of this criminal organization" had been arrested.
The six people face charges including:
- Procuring a person under 18 years.
- Advertising sexual services.
A 34-year-old man from Toronto and 20-year-old Montreal woman are still wanted in connection with the investigation, dubbed Project Confidence.