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An advocacy group representing strippers will argue in Ontario court this week that provincial pandemic measures affecting strip clubs have targeted the workers and violated their charter rightsThe Navajo Nation.

The application for judicial review was filed last fall after the province ordered the closure of all strip clubs following COVID-19 exposures and investigations at some Toronto facilitiesAlberta Health Services has said GraceLife and its pastor continued to hold services exceeding capacity despit.

Strip clubs were later allowed to reopen with safety plans under Ontario’s pandemic ruless full piece: Up to 50 children in GTA hospitals to transfer to SickKids to free up beds for COVID-19 patients., but the workers’ group intends to argue that strippers have been targeted and excluded even after the changes.

The factum for Work Safe Twerk Safe argues that while accommodations were made for businessesone in a J, strippers weren’t offered labour protections or consulted on the measures, as they expected to be based on past practicetold council her area has seen 53 thefts so far this year.

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