CBC News: Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMB) accused two men from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan of holding a Bangladeshi woman captive and making her work 10 to 12 hours a day for months in a poorly lit, unfinished basement.
In a news release on Thursday, RCMB stated that a 52-year-old man from Elrose is charged with one count of trafficking a person while a 41-year-old man from Tisdale is now charged with trafficking a person and three counts of sexual assault. According to the police, the Bangladeshi woman with a visitor’s visa was looking for work. She responded to an advertisement on a “popular job bank” to work at a restaurant. She relocated to Saskatchewan from another province and was given a work permit. The woman was forced to work 10 to 12 hours a day for several months at restaurants in Tisdale, about 200 kilometres northeast of Saskatoon, Gull Lake and Elrose, both in southwest Saskatchewan.
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