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Condo Rules Restricting Co-ed Swimming – Court Decision

Denise Lash
Publication date:
May 17, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article discusses a recent court decision in Ontario, Canada, which upheld a condominium's rules restricting co-ed swimming. The condominium had implemented rules requiring that men and women swim in separate areas of the pool at different times of day to accommodate the religious beliefs of some of its residents. The court found that the rules were reasonable and not discriminatory, as they were intended to accommodate the religious beliefs of the residents without unduly burdening the other residents. The article explores the implications of the decision for condominiums in Ontario and highlights the importance of balancing the rights of all residents when implementing rules and regulations.


Condominium, co-ed swimming, religious beliefs, court decision, Ontario, discrimination, rules and regulations.

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Denise Lash
Condo Rules Restricting Co-ed Swimming – Court Decision
May 17, 2019
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