Declaring Porn a Public Health Crisis: Canada’s Opportunity with M-47

Declaring Porn a Public Health Crisis: Canada’s Opportunity with M-47

That the Standing Committee on Health be instructed to examine the public health effects of the ease of access and viewing of online violent and degrading sexually explicit material on children, women and men ... and that the said Committee report its findings to the House no later than July 2017.     —Motion, M-47 As promised, ParentsAware is here to provide regular updates on the progress of the recently adopted Parliamentary Motion, M-47. MP Arnold Veirsen introduced this Motion (March 8, 2016) and continues to be at the forefront of this issue. Here’s what we know today: Since the adoption of Motion M-47 by Parliament (Dec 9, 2016), M-47 technically no longer exists. As a result of the adoption of Motion M-47, the Health Committee is now required to undertake a study on pornography. Because Motion M-47 included a date of July 2017 by which the study had to be completed, the Health Committee is moving very quickly on this issue. To ensure that this...
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