1. Being in Canada we have less restrictive laws then some other areas. It is not against the law for a woman to be topless. If you are wearing flip-flops, a cap, you are technically not nude. You have to be charged by the Attorney General from a report filed by the police. They have a history of not pursuing simple nudity complains unless your acting in a lewd manner. We have good friends who have camped like this for years, and have never had any problems. Like they told us just don’t be silly about being nude, you would have a problem.

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