Since then, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the federal government have also written the online classified service to ask that the prostitution be removed in Canada.
The videos are available on Craigslist and YouTube. Story continues below Episodes include a fashion deer trying to get Sandra Bullock to wear a dress of his and a woman trying to track down a "missed connection" — an alluring stranger. The Canadian Press.
The San Francisco-based classified site on Thursday launched a weekly web series that documents people using it. Story Craiglits below Federal Justice Minister Rob Nicholson wrote to Craigslist last week to ask that it remove the prostitution because of concerns they encourage child exploitation and human trafficking. Users in Los Angeles were given the option of participating in the series, which will present 14 episodes.
Craigslist did not respond Thursday to requests to give its side of the story or offer reasons for the delay in removing the prostitution in Canada. They're a kind of marketing tool to showcase the benefits of the gueelph. The province first asked the San Francisco-based company to remove the under its erotic services section to help fight human trafficking and child exploitation in Ontario in a Sept.