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Does Canada need a public perfume policy?

Canadians are free to wear whatever perfumes, body sprays, and deodorants they want, almost anywhere. Unless you work in a place with a specific ban, there's nothing to stop you from dousing yourself with scents. Agnes Cadieux says that as a public policy, that stinks.
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Canadians are free to wear whatever perfumes, body sprays, deodorants, talcs and spritzes they want, almost anywhere. Unless you work in a place with a specific ban on scents, there's nothing to stop you from dousing up with eau-de-whatever, and splashing on the after-shave. Agnes Cadieux says that as a public policy, that stinks.

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