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Thursday, February 22, 2007
Topless in Vancouver
The British Columbia Supreme Court in Canada has decided that it is OK for women to be topless in Vancouver and the police are being notified not to harass woman.
Vancouver has a famous nude beach called Wreck Beach right by the university.
A woman was successful in convincing the courts that a woman's chest has the same right to be bare just as a man's does.
We love Canadians at the Terra Cotta Inn. In the winter and springtime, about 30% of our business comes from Canada. Congrats Vancouver!!!
Just this December, the Vancouver Sun newspaper picked us as one of the top places in the world to go nude sunbathing. This is on top of a few years ago where the Vancouver Sun newspaper reported we are the best naturist resort in America.
Nudism wins one in Vancouver. Next the rest of Canada, then the USA will tolerate nudists!
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Topless in Vancouver
Feb, 21 2007 - 9:10 PM
VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) - Vancouver Police will soon be circulating a memo reminding officers that it's okay for woman to walk around the City topless.
The move comes after a complaint was made to the police department from a woman who has crusaded for the right to go shirtless for years and was victorius in BC Supreme Court.
Vancouevr Police Chief Jamie Graham says not everyone realizes it's okay to bare your breasts in public, "Whether we've now evolved to a stage in our society where people can walk around with no clothes or topless is an issue that is going to generate, on some people's part, concern and when that happens they phone us."
Graham says officers don't mean any harm when they detain a topless woman, even if it's just for brief questioning.
A memo is now being sent to officers reminding them of the Court ruling.