Cornwall, Ont., reviewing topless policy complaint (via CBC News)

Cornwall’s topless policy — now the subject of a human rights complaint — could be seen as discriminatory, says its mayor.

In February an Eastern Ontario woman made a complaint to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, saying the city’s rule that girls older than 10 must wear tops while swimming is prejudiced.

The city’s mayor, Leslie O’Shaughnessy, said Tuesday the policy is an outdated one.


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