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Inthe B. Supreme Court also stood behind the right of women to bare their breasts in the case of Linda Meyer of Maple Ridge. We reserve the right to close comments at any time.
Meyer was charged with violating a clothing bylaw after showing up topless at a city-run pool near her home, but the judge in the case wrote that there was no waterloo to support "the view that the parks could not operate Naked orderly woman if a female were to bare her breasts in a circumstance that did not offend criminal laws of nudity.
Women in Ontario have had the right to go topless in public sincewhen the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned the conviction of Gwen Jacob, a university student who went topless on a hot summer day in Guelph in The court found there was "nothing degrading or dehumanizing" about her decision to take off her shirt in public. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments.
Canada Kitchener sisters hold rally for women's topless rights A rally organized by three sisters who say they were stopped by a police officer for cycling topless a week ago drew hundreds of people in Waterloo, Ont. Social Sharing. Comments are welcome while open.
Women and men turned up to the event, many baring their torsos and waving s. At least people showed up, she said.
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Rowbottom said she did as she was told at the time, though she was fairly certain it was legal for both men and women to be bare-chested in public. Brilla and her sisters, Tameera and Nadia Mohamed, said they were not wearing shirts while cycling in neighbouring Kitchener, Ont. Brilla said she told the officer he was wrong. Brilla said she was amazed by all the attention the issue has received since she and her sisters first spoke out. Already have an ?
A similar incident happened in Kelowna, B. Susan Rowbottom says she was at a local beach, sunbathing without a top on, when an RCMP officer approached her and told her to cover up. I thought people wouldn't be so disturbed by the female breast," she said.
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Waterloo Regional Police were on hand for the rally, which they called a "respectful, peaceful and safe demonstration. the conversation Create. Related Stories Kitchener women say they were stopped by police for cycling topless Being topless in public is legal, B. Jacob also made an appearance at Saturday's rally, which the sisters hope to turn it into an annual event.
She said woman she started filming the interaction on her cellphone, the officer said he had only waterloo to check if the women had proper bells and lights on their bicycles. A rally naked by three sisters who say they were stopped by a police officer for cycling topless a week ago drew hundreds of people in Waterloo, Ont.
The "Bare With Us" rally at Waterloo Town Square aimed to educate people — and police — about women's right to be topless in public. It was really well-attended and the people who came were very supportive," Alysha Mohamed, a Juno-nominated singer who goes by the stage name Alysha Brilla, told CBC News.