I have two recommendations.
First, we've had the government arguing that this legislation would pass constitutional muster. It's the same government that argued that the laws that were impugned in Bedford passed constitutional muster. The government was completely wrong on that score. It is important that the government send this legislation to the Supreme Court for an opinion about its constitutional integrity.
Second, if you want to control things like street prostitution—and one of the catch-22s that the government faces is the high public support for controlling street prostitution—if you have a system of bylaws, zoning laws, you don't need the criminal law.
One of the things you'd understand if you had studied prostitution law enforcement in Vancouver over the last 30 years is that police can move it at will to wherever they like, with one condition. It's not that they tell people where they cannot work, but where they can work. When they tell them where they can work, they can move them overnight.
Thanks very much for your attention. Decriminalization is the way to proceed.