This Canadian Press article is mostly useless. It states that, “An Ontario court has struck down key provisions of Canada’s anti-prostitution laws, saying they contribute to the danger faced by sex-trade workers.” It is not exactly clear what provisions the Ontario Superior Court has invalidated, but according to CP three “sex-trade workers” argued against Criminal Code “prohibitions on keeping a common bawdy house, communicating for the purposes of prostitution and living on the avails of the trade.” Not clear if one, two or all three of those provisions were found to violate the Charter rights of prostitutes under the flimsy argument that it forces them into more dangerous situations on the street and thus violate their guarantee of safety of the person and their right to free expression.