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August 26, 2011

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Selah Beth

I'm pretty sure that the law allowing women to go topless is not federal in Canada. They're only allowed that right/privelage in certain places (like Ontario). I know for a fact that in Newfoundland and Labrador that, while women can get away with wearing just a sports bra, they still cannot go completely topless. But yes there are some places in Canada where women can go topless legally.

Chad

I had read that the Supreme Court of Canada had ruled on this, so I thought the ruling applied nationwide. I do know Ontario for sure.

It should be nationwide, consistent throughout the country.

As for Toronto, the group did have a protest.
http://www.thestar.com/news/article/1046128--topless-activists-march-through-streets-but-avoid-the-park

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