Proposed changes to Toronto strip clubs goes to council
Changes could be coming to the licensing rules for
Toronto's adult entertainment establishments.
Toronto's licensing and standards committee has approved changes
to a no-touch policy that are designed to protect adult
The committee agreed to change the wording of the current policy
to include specific body parts that should be hands off between
adult entertainers and patrons.
The committee also approved changes that would require the clubs'
private rooms to have one side that is either open or made out of
transparent material, such as glass.
The committee recommended that these rooms provide unobstructed
access to the club's entrances and exits.
The proposed amendments will go to city council for final
approval on Oct. 30, and would take effect Feb. 1, 2013, if approved
(The Canadian Press)