Child labour.article: Trafficking and Heritage Bylaw
child labour.article: Neighboring Malaysia fell from tier 2 on the watchlist, according to Vancouver Courier. Hong Kong, China and Singapore were faulted for inadequate efforts to prevent sex trafficking and forced labour. The Trafficking in Persons annual report cited progress but also problems across the region, especially weak enforcement of protections against trafficking and slave and child labour.article continues below Trending Stories Owners of fire-damaged Shaughnessy home facing charges under city's heritage bylaw No hormones, no plastic straws and now no meat A&W goes beyond' burgers Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. Street argument in East Vancouver results in seventh homicide in 2018The report released Thursday raised Thailand from a watchlist to tier 2, the second-highest ranking. Thai Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan said Friday he was grateful for the improved assessment as it reflects the determination and sincere intentions of the Thai government and our continued hard-work to tackle the issue of human trafficking. The State Department report cited the government's convictions of traffickers and complicit officials, including 11 involved in the trafficking of Myanmar's Rohingya migrants. Thailand has faced global scrutiny for the use of slave labour on fishing vessels and for being a transit hub for traffickers from nearby nations. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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