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Yes, slavery was legal and existed in Canada (in the "traditional" sense) until it was abolished in 1833. [Source: wikipedia article on "Slavery in Canada"]
However, slavery still exists in Canada, the USA, and all over the world, even though it is not institutionally recognized and is officially illegal in all countries. There are an estimated 20 million to 30 million slaves worldwide. Many are women and children forced into human trafficking. [Source: wikipedia article on "Slavery"]

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