Rules and Regulations for Miss Pole Dance Canada


1 The candidate is of the female gender.
2 The candidate must be at least 19 years of age.
3 The candidate speaks English reasonably well.
4 The candidate is not employed in the pornography industry.
5 The candidate must have valid identification (passport or drivers license) the day of the competition.
6 Applications may only be submitted by the participant


1. Will conduct themselves properly at all times during the competition.
2. Will conduct themselves properly during her stay and at the hotel.
3. Will comply at all times with the rules and regulations of Miss Pole Dance Canada.
4. Will attend the Organizer’s official functions the day of the competition.
5. Will not accept private engagements during the period of the contest.
6. Will sign a Release Form.
7. Will appear on television, radio, film or print media for the publicity and promotion of the competition.
8. Will be provided transportation to and from the hotel to The Caprice Nightclub.
9. Will be advised, assisted and supervised with respect to her conduct and welfare for the duration of the competition.
10. Will receive her prizes immediately upon announcement of the winners.

Winners (Miss Pole Dance Canada, 1st Runner Up and 2nd Runner Up)

1 Shall not at any time thereafter commercially exploit her title in any way whatsoever.
2 Shall conduct herself with decorum during her reign and shall NOT commit any immoral, illegal or any act or behaviour which, in the sole opinion of the Organizer could bring disrepute, ridicule or contempt to the Miss Pole Dance Canada image and reputation.
3 Will not, appear in print or video pornography during her reign.
4 Will have opportunities to travel to Europe and other parts of the World for official functions and be involved in shows, personal appearances, press conference and other events arranged by the Host Organizer. During such trips, she will be provided with free airfare, hotel accommodations and meals.
5 Will not promote any other Pole Dance competitions during her reign.

Photography and Videography

1 All photography and other footage remain the property of the Organization.
The candidates have no right to compensation for photography and other footage made before, during and after the Miss Pole Dance Canada event.
2 The candidate explicitly and irrevocably agrees that all footage and photography can be used by the Organization for promotional, advertising and commercial purposes.

Grounds for Disqualification

1 For delegates and the winners of Miss Pole Dance Canada, violation of any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement will result in disqualification and dethronement.
2 For delegates and the winners of Miss Pole Dance Canada, determination by the Organizer that any of your representations made in your Application Form, this agreement, and/or any other information you supplied in connection with the Pageant, prove to be false and/or inaccurate will result in disqualification and dethronement.

Disqualification During the Competition

1 Contestants may not wear boots of any kind.
2 Acts of masturbation or other indecent behavior are prohibited.
3 Contestants must have full bottoms at all times, no g-strings.
4 It is forbidden to perform the show nude or partially nude.
5 During the show, the candidate may not converse with the audience.
6 It is forbidden to remove ANY items of clothing even if there is clothing underneath.
7 The art of pole dancing is the center point. Focus on fitness and presentation, not on sensuality. Any sexual suggestion will not be tolerated.
8 There is no touching of the breasts, buttocks or crotch area.
9 Any failure to abide by the above-mentioned rules will result in immediate disqualification.

The Competition

1 The candidate may choose the music for her show.
2 A pole dance show has a maximum duration of 6 minutes
3 The candidate appears in eveningwear for the introductions.
4 During the introductions, the candidate will be interviewed by the host and will have to respond to a number of questions.
5 “Look, dress and act like a lady.”
6 An expert jury will judge the candidates on the basis of presentation, clothing, response to questions, pole dancing performance and technical difficulty.
7 Candidates may not communicate with members of the judging before and/or during the competition.
8 The Organization reserves the right to expel a candidate from participation, both before and during the competition.
9 The finalists will change back into eveningwear for the final ceremony when the winners will be announced.
10 The finalists must be available for a photo shoot immediately following the announcement of the official winners.
11 The Organization expects the prizewinners to cooperate with the promotion of the Miss Pole Dance Canada competition and activities.
12 Dressing rooms are off limits to family members or friends of the candidates.

The Title – Miss Pole Dance Canada 2007

1 The title “Miss Pole Dance Canada” is an official title valid for one year.
2 As winner of “Miss Pole Dance Canada”, you will represent Canada at Miss Pole Dance World. You will be flown, all expenses paid, to Amsterdam to compete in 2007
3 During their reigning year, the winner and the two runners-up may not participate in or judge other competitions without written permission from the Organization.
4 The Organization reserves the right to retract the title if the winner causes any damages to the Organization.
5 In the case of retraction, the 1st runner-up becomes the new Miss Pole Dance Canada.
6 Miss Pole Dance Canada agrees to be present for Miss Pole Dance Canada 2008 to hand down her title.


1 Miss Pole Dance Canada is not liable for injury or damage resulting from participation in the Miss Pole Dance Canada Competition...
2 The Organization reserves the right to change the rules contained herein.
3 All decisions not addressed in these regulations will be made by the Organization.
4 A decision made by the Miss Pole Dance Canada Organization is binding.


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