Condo Pool Dress Code: The Debate Over What’s Too Much and What’s Not Enough

An Ontario woman recently launched a human rights complaint against the municipality of Cornwall over its policies preventing her from swimming bare-breasted at public pools. This legal challenge comes two decades after courts recognized women’s right to bare their breasts in public in Ontario. In this blog we explore whether your condominium can adopt a dress code for the pool?  Read the article…………..


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