Human trafficking is happening in our communities. Help promote the Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline within your community by sharing these resources.
The Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking offers its information on its websites and social media platforms as part of its efforts to end all types of human trafficking in Canada. The Centre operates the Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline, and reserves all copyrights on materials uploaded/posted on both websites and the Centre’s social media channels.
You can download the Hotline’s promotional resources from its website without asking for copyright permission. The Centre encourages you to join efforts to raise awareness on human trafficking by sharing the Centre’s social media assets posted on its social media platforms. Obtaining permission to spread the word about the Hotline and display its number (1-833-900-1010) to motivate victims/survivors of human trafficking and the public to call the Hotline is not required.
The use of the Centre and the Hotline’s logo for any purpose, in hard copy or any other electronic media, is prohibited unless prior written permission is obtained. The unauthorized use of the Centre and its Hotline’s names and logos is against the Copyright Act and is expressly forbidden.
Labour trafficking is a serious issue in Canada, especially for migrant workers who are at higher
risk due to precarious immigration status, isolation and language barriers. While many migrant
workers experience a welcoming opportunity with fair pay, safe accommodation and working
conditions, far too many do not. The Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking (The Centre) is
launching a campaign to reach migrant workers directly and we are asking for your assistance
to help raise awareness.
Click here to access the Toolkit
Campaign poster: You Are Loved
Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline Posters
Young Woman Window
Young Woman Road
Young Woman In a Yellow Jacket
Young Man Boardwalk
Young Indigenous Woman
Male Restaurant Worker
Male Farm Worker
Female Greenhouse Worker
Indigenous language posters
|Atikamekw||8.5×11 | 11×17||Mikmaq||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Blackfoot||8.5×11 | 11×17||Mohawk||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Carrier||8.5×11 | 11×17||Montagnais||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Dakota||8.5×11 | 11×17||Nakoda||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Dene||8.5×11 | 11×17||Ojibwa||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Inuktitut||8.5×11 | 11×17||Oji Cree||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|James Bay Cree||8.5×11 | 11×17||Plains Cree||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Michif Cree||8.5×11 | 11×17||Slavey||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Michif French||8.5×11 | 11×17||Tlicho||8.5×11 | 11×17|
Posters in additional languages
|Simplified Chinese||8.5×11 |11×17||Punjabi||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Traditional Chinese||8.5×11 | 11×17||Russian||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Hindi||8.5×11 | 11×17||Spanish||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Italian||8.5×11 | 11×17||Tagalog||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Persian (Farsi)||8.5×11 | 11×17||Tamil||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Portuguese||8.5×11 | 11×17||Urdu||8.5×11 | 11×17|
|Ukrainian||8.5×11 | 11×17|