What is exotic pole dancing?

What is exotic pole dancing?

Pole dancing is dance of the people. When you see a Pole Dancing show you know someone’s going to be dancing. It is an opportunity to see different styles of pole dancing.

This pole dancing dance does not require costumes and no props are required. This can be easily learned without breaking any laws and is a wonderful way to get the fun started.

No pole dancing experience necessary.

Pole Dancing classes are offered at least once per day at 3 different locations on the North Fork of the San Lorenzo River at:

B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver is calling on Premier Christy Clark to withdraw B.C.’s $5 billion in foreign aid funding to the United States until Canada ends its “massive war.”

The B.C. Green Party says Canadian taxpayers are sending billions of dollars back to Washington each year. (CBC)

“I’m very concerned about my constituents,” Weaver said. “I’m very concerned that we are sending billions of dollars back to Washington, D.C. Every year, for over 20 years, we’ve been giving an average of $2 billion to the United States.”

The B.C. Greens released a study that details how B.C. taxpayers are funding American weapons purchases and training programs. It claims $2.2 billion was spent between 1997 and 2012 on military aircraft, $2.3 billion on missiles and drones and tens of hundreds of millions of dollars each year on equipment for military use, including training.

“We’ve got to be very careful about how we spend taxpayer dollars,” Weaver said.


“I’m saying to the premier on behalf of my party and across the country that our priority is getting the weapons system and the training program out of B.C. and out of our country.”

Weaver said B.C.’s foreign assistance spending should be cut by 70 per cent to keep the country’s fiscal house in order.

Dark-haired Strong Graceful Pole Dancer Showing Amazing Dance ...
B.C. has made around $3 billion in new aid to the U.S. since 2001 and the Green Party says the government should put the aid money into the B.C. economy, rather than into the Washington coffers.

“The B.C. government’s spending on B.C. is about $3b,” Weaver said. “It should be placed in the Canadian economy. It should be put in the community or in the job creation program and in that process, not in Washington.”

The NDP has called for