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Filmores says no vaccine, no entry as strip clubs set to reopen
Filmores says no vaccine, no entry as strip clubs set to reopen | Toronto Sun
Anyone wanting to enter the iconic Filmores strip club, on Dundas St. Every customer will be required to show identification before entering and their information will be taken down at that time. He added that there could be violations under privacy laws or the Ontario Human Rights Code by refusing some people service. Cameron said that when Filmores opens Friday, the club will be able to accommodate up to customers while still following social distancing requirements. From our newsroom to your inbox at noon, the latest headlines, stories, opinion and photos from the Toronto Sun. A welcome email is on its way.
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Filmores Gentlemen's Club
Conveniently situated just minutes away from major sporting venues, all downtown hotels, convention, and trade centres. History Established in Filmores continues to be a part of the «Living City» of downtown Toronto. Toronto, Canada. Closed now.
This is what's replacing Filmores strip club in Toronto. An iconic, uniquely-shaped building that's been anchoring the corner of Dundas and George Streets in downtown Toronto for more than years is the city's latest local landmark slated to become condos. Filmores announced in February, amid rumours of its own impending doom, that it wouldn't be going anywhere — but planning materials submitted to the City of Toronto last week suggest otherwise. A development application prepared on behalf of Menkes reveals that the firm is seeking a zoning bylaw amendment to build a storey mixed use building at Dundas St. A modern shot of the Filmores strip club entrance and its famous neon sign.
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