“The parents of a Vancouver woman have been ordered to pay nearly $500,000 in damages for failing to help their daughter when she was sexually assaulted by her grandfather.”
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Court says parents must pay nearly $500,000 to Vancouver woman for sex abuse by grandfather in 1959 and 1960October 14, 2014
“According to Dr. Paul Federoff, the [Royal Ottawa Hospital's Sexual Behaviours Clinic] has seen more than 4,000 people and continues to add an average of 100 new men who come voluntarily every year, and some of those men may be possible sex offenders.”
“More people are talking to their doctors seeking referrals to The Royal’s sexual behaviours clinic to receive treatment for sexually deviant behaviour such as exhibitionism, voyeurism and pedophilia, says a clinic coordinator in the forensic treatment unit.”
One of Canada’s leading experts on sexual abuse is warning people should not jump to conclusions after a 12-year-old boy in Lethbridge, Alta., was charged with sexually abusing his younger sisters.
‘Ethan Edwards’ co-founds online support group ‘Virtuous Pedophiles’ with ‘Nick Devin': pedophila expert James Cantor (not a pseudonym) approves.
“[The boys] were naked playfighting in shallow, oily pools, smearing or spraying each other’s bodies with condiments or whipped cream, or sitting on cream-filled cupcakes or greasy chicken.”
“Police allege that a man took photographs of children in public places in the Greater Toronto Area and then put the images online, adding sexualized comments to them…”
“The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that it is a violation of Canadians’ constitutional privacy rights for police to obtain telecom subscribers’ basic identifying information without a warrant.”
Alberta Teachers’ Association launches defamation suit against Calgary Tory party member after pedophile accusationsJune 12, 2014
“The Alberta Teachers’ Association has filed a $1 million defamation lawsuit against a Calgary Tory party member for allegedly Tweeting that the ATA is soft on pedophiles.”
“Canada’s privacy watchdog is considering a formal review into the RCMP’s use of Canadians’ personal data gleaned from telecom and Internet companies without a warrant.”