I missed a March 2013 Toronto Star series on sex tourism in Cuba, but it was brought to my attention recently by Cristina Warren. (I am a Globe and Mail and The Economist aficionado.) It was produced jointly by the Toronto Star and El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish-language sister publication of The Miami Herald and also by W5, an investigative television program on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation station. It is a disturbing examination of this phenomenon in the Cuban context.
Below are links to the articles in the series.
Toronto Star, Published Friday, March 15, 2013, Twisted Travellers: Canadian pedophiles travel Abroad for Child Sex, by Victor Malarek, W5 (CBC) Chief Investigative Reporter
Toronto Star, March 15, 2013 Toronto sex offender could be first Canadian convicted of child sex tourism in Cuba. By Jennifer Quinn Investigative News reporter, Robert Cribb Foreign, Investigations Julian Sher, Toronto Star
Toronto Star, March 16, 2013 Canadians are major customers in Cuba’s child sex market By Robert Cribb Jennifer Quinn, Julian Sher Toronto Star, and Juan Tamayo El Nuevo Herald
Toronto Star, March 18, 2013, Cuba’s most horrifying episode of child sex tourism resulted in a girl’s death by Juan Tamayo
Toronto Star, March 19, 2013 Editorial, Paradise for sex tourists