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Adult Entertainment Licensing

The City of Toronto wants to hear what you think about the Adult Entertainment industry. It's currently reviewing how it regulates strip clubs including issues like the "no touch" rule, visibility requirements, and the licensing of dancers. To do this they've issued a public survey, available online. Rudi Czekalla is the manager of Municipal Licensing and Standards. He'll see the results of the poll after it closes Monday. Listen audio (runs 7:29)

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