The provincial government is looking to spend approximately $72 million to help fight human trafficking.
Included in the plan is increased assistance for investigations, prosecutions and support for victims across Ontario.
Premier Kathleen Wynne said earlier in the year that a strategy was being crafted by officials and that it would come into effect by the end of June.
This will now allow the victims to request compensation in court and convicted traffickers will also be added to Ontario’s sex offender registry.
The plan is being called the “Strategy to End Human Trafficking” and it includes the specialized prosecution team.
According to the provincial government 65% of human trafficking cases on the national level belongs to Ontario.