might be coming to a high school near you. And they're blaming new immigration laws.Strip club recruiters
This month, the federal government stopped issuing visas or extensions for foreign strippers. These strippers currently represent about 5 per cent of the 38,000 working strippers in Canada.
"The government cannot in good conscience continue to admit temporary foreign workers to work in businesses in sectors where there are reasonable grounds to suspect a risk of sexual exploitation," said Immigration Minister Jason Kenney in a speech he delivered in Calgary.
The visa ban prevents strip clubs, escort services and massage parlours from having access to foreign women, something that these services need to thrive, Timothy Lambrinos, director of the Adult Entertainment Association of Canada, told QMI Agency.
"They're destroying the industry by creating a labour shortage," Lambrinos said. "The word 'exotic' means foreign and that's what people want to see."
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