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In this regard, I am speaking particularly to those who hesitate to come forward to report abuse of any kind and who are reluctant to give evidence about abuse, sexual or otherwise."Well, thanks, Justice Camp, but there is no doubt some women will hear of this case and decide coming forward is too difficult.

Other highlights from Camp during the trial include telling the victim, who testified the assault hurt, that "Sex and pain sometimes go together; that, that’s not necessarily a bad thing."He said because the victim was drunk, there was an "onus on her to be more careful."If that weren’t bad enough, Camp also completely thumbed his nose at Section 276 of the Criminal Code, which explicitly prohibits courts from hearing evidence of a victim’s sexual history in order to show a woman is less credible as a witness, or more likely to have consented to sex, because of her prior sexual encounters.

In 2011, a Manitoba judge who made statements somewhat similar to Camp’s — including that the alleged victim had been looking for sex because she was dressed provocatively and wearing a lot of makeup — was rapped on the knuckles by the CJC.

Justice Robert Dewar was asked to take sensitivity training and he apologized directly to the victim, but because it was considered an "isolated incident" by the CJC, no formal discipline was taken.

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Other highlights from Camp during the trial include telling the victim, who testified the assault hurt, that "Sex and pain sometimes go together; that, that’s not necessarily a bad thing."He said because the victim was drunk, there was an "onus on her to be more careful."If that weren’t bad enough, Camp also completely thumbed his nose at Section 276 of the Criminal Code, which explicitly prohibits courts from hearing evidence of a victim’s sexual history in order to show a woman is less credible as a witness, or more likely to have consented to sex, because of her prior sexual encounters.

In 2011, a Manitoba judge who made statements somewhat similar to Camp’s — including that the alleged victim had been looking for sex because she was dressed provocatively and wearing a lot of makeup — was rapped on the knuckles by the CJC.

Justice Robert Dewar was asked to take sensitivity training and he apologized directly to the victim, but because it was considered an "isolated incident" by the CJC, no formal discipline was taken.

Instructors regularly attend classes, seminars, and competitions with their own dogs in order to gain experience in all areas of training and behavior.

Learn More about what makes Paws Abilities Dog Training unique, or check out the Schedule page to find out which classes are starting soon!

This week, the federal court put restrictions on Camp to bar him from hearing any sexual-assault cases until the CJC completes its work.