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Canada is the world’s second-largest country by total area. The history of this Canada accepting nudity is quite long and also quite impressive.

The first Canadian naturist club was founded in 1918 Welland, Ontario. In 1931 The Criminal Code first defines nudity as an offence in response to mass nude anti-conscription protests by radical Doukhobors, a Russian pacifist religious sect.

1939 The Van Tan Club is founded in Vancouver by Ray Connett. Today, it’s the oldest naturist club in Canada.

Canada has a tangle of confusing and inconsistently-enforced nudity laws. In B.C., a 1971 Supreme Court case found that “nude sunbathing is not of sufficient moral turpitude to support a charge for doing an indecent act.” Generally speaking, Canadian courts are lenient on public nudity as long as it’s non-sexual and not harassing anyone.

There are relatively few official nudist beaches in Canada for its size.

Canada is also home to a few bed and breakfasts, naturist campgrounds. Various clubs and groups help to promote naturism and arrange meet-ups for fellow naturists to take part in activities like naked swims or yoga sessions.
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