The Advocate Podcast – Stories from Kawartha Lakes
Society & Culture
Episode #56 Lindsay’s 80s. Candidates make their case. Human trafficking exists here.
The 1980s. Flared hair. Howick Jeans. Top Gun. Mix tapes. A super special time, right? And even MORE special if you attended high school in Lindsay, right? RIGHT? Members of a very exclusive Facebook page would say so. We hear from one of them, as well as the guy who launched the little group page that became NOT so little very quickly.
The Advocate Magazine hosted a debate for candidates looking to represent our riding in the upcoming provincial election. We were there and bring you their opening remarks. (Well, ONE candidate turned down the invitation. Can you guess who?).
Human trafficking is not just a big city problem; it’s an everywhere problem – including in Kawartha Lakes. Penny Chatson, of Women’s Resources, and Mike Perry, education consultant with the sex trafficking prevention campaign, discuss a very real – and local – problem. And how victims here can get help.
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