“I Was Just Working on Hope for the Sold”

Sometimes I crawl into bed at night after a long day of researching, writing, interviewing, or speaking about human trafficking, ready to close my eyes and let my dreams take me to a place where thoughts of injustice, or fundraising, or a full email inbox cannot reach me.  A little while ago as my head […]

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Policeman Says ‘SORRY’ to Human Trafficking Victim

Timea Nagy, human trafficking survivor and founder of Walk With Me, an organization that provides aftercare to victims of trafficking in Ontario, regularly trains law enforcement on the issue of human trafficking.  She recently gave me permission to share this story on my blog.   In her words: “I was speaking yesterday in Simcoe for a […]

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It’s Still Not Too Late to Join the Ride for Refuge!

Happy Monday everyone! The RIDE FOR REFUGE is fast approaching, the first batch of rides taking place this coming Saturday, September 29!  If you live in or near the following cities, your ride is scheduled for that day: Vancouver, Winnipeg, Leamington, Brampton, Ajax, Aylmer, Muskoka, Waterloo, Niagara region, Ottawa, Saskatoon & Sault Ste. Marie!  If […]

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Interview with Jamie Walton from The Wayne Foundation

My husband Jay recently had the privilege of interviewing Jamie Walton, Founder and President of The Wayne Foundation.  It is a U.S. based organization whose mission is to provide victims of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking with a means of leaving the sex industry for good.  Here is what Jamie had to say about her […]

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Mourning the Passing of Time

Swings.  Amusement parks.  Family Christmas traditions.  Camping trips.  School musicals.  Horse riding lessons.  Airports.  Bed time stories.  Beach days.  Bird watching.  Snow fights.  Slumber parties. Do you ever think about your childhood? Reminisce about how easy life was back then – uncomplicated, wonder-filled, innocent?  I am a sucker for living in the past, and often […]

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