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Mick Côté

Mick Côté is the recent recipient of a Combined Bachelor of Honours in Journalism and Sociology from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is currently studying new media practices at the graduate level and developing new ways for media organizations to use and integrate mobile reporting and social networking.

Mick has written for various local publications and Montreal’s Maisonneuve Magazine.
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Courts Say You Can't Talk About Sex (Work), Baby

The ban on bawdy houses was struck down Monday, however, communicating for the purpose of prostitution remains in full effect in order to keep sex work off the streets and away from public scrutiny.
03/26/2012 01:36 EDT

Is Sex a Job Like Any Other?

The Downtown Eastside Sex Workers United Against Violence Society have taken its case to Canada's top court amidst important social and judicial debates about the status of sex work as a job like any others. Sex work activists and experts often argue that Canada's laws make it difficult for women to take part in safe practices.
01/19/2012 05:40 EST