Saturday, March 7

Saturday, March 7 7 p.m.

Canada’s child sex tourism law has been part of the Criminal Code since 1997, enabling authorities to arrest Canadian residents engaging in sex with children overseas. Only three Canadians have been convicted under this law – the first case being that of Vancouver’s Donald Bakker. W-FIVE’s Victor Malarek investigates the incredible circumstances that led to Bakker’s arrest and 2005 conviction, and why Canada isn’t doing more to combat sex tourism and child exploitation.

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