N.S. county moves to outlaw strip clubs

Canwest News Service

if one county in Nova Scotia has its way, strippers and exotic dancers will no longer be welcome. Pictou County, in the southern part of the province, introduced the Adult Entertainment Prohibition Bylaw at a council meeting on Monday. The bylaw will outlaw adult cabarets, massage parlours and adult service activity within its boundaries. Services that will be banned include touching or being entertained by a nude or partially-nude body and services “designed to appeal to erotic or sexual appetites.”