By Nick and Lins
Naked Wanderings
September 24, 2018
Oasis montrealJust like Belgium, Canada has also a French-speaking part: Quebec. It had been our plan from the beginning to try to divide our time between Ontario and Quebec, the two Canadian states with the most opportunities for naturists and time had come for us to move on and try to remember our best French. Something that would prove to be not as easy as we initially had thought. All naturist resorts in the state seemed to be more or less centralized around Montreal, but we were hoping to see some more of what the area had to offer. So we decided to take a week “off”, put on some clothes and check out wonderful places like Quebec City and Tadoussac. Wonderful, certainly. But no nudity.

Anyway a great experience but soon the summer sun started burning just that little too much and our laundry bags were getting full just that little too fast. Time to get back to Montreal and do what we came here for in the first place. Get naked.

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By Sara Laux
September 21, 2018
Cottage Life

Beaches Canada

Although being naked in public is technically illegal (except in designated locations, as you’ll see), local authorities tend to tolerate nudity at the following locations.

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By Sharon Pieschel, September 15, 2018

wreck beach clean up 2018

A huge SHOUT OUT of thanks, although small in numbers, a great job done by all. The weather wasn’t the best starting out the sun did make an appearance to wind up our day. 

By Lisha Van Nieuwenhove
September 20, 2018
The Uxbridge Cosmos

This is an article written about the Nude Audience attending Harongate Barn Theater on September 15, 2018. Sponsored by the GTA Skinny Dippers Club

nude theater

So said my grade six teacher to her students when she was preparing us to make speeches in front of the class. Some of us loved the annual speech-making lesson, but others felt sick at the thought of standing in front of the teacher, let alone a roomful of classmates. But that was the advice she gave, and no doubt many of you have heard the same adage time and again.

News flash. It doesn’t work.

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KEVIN MAIMANN
StarMetro Edmonton
Tues., July 24, 2018

butts pool

LINDBROOK, Alta.—In the middle of rural Alberta, known for frigid winters and conservatism, a hidden community spends every summer in the buff.

Helios Nudist Association, less than an hour’s drive east of Edmonton near Tofield, Alta., is billed as North America’s northernmost nudist camp.
Many live there in cabins or trailers for the bulk of May through September, but they’re allowed to put clothes on when it gets chilly.
It’s been 40 years since the group bought its 22 acres of land. It formed in 1964 and purchased its current space in 1978, with members privately owning separate plots at the time. Its ranks have fluctuated, peaking at close to 200 in 2010 and currently sitting at around 115.

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