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Guess Who's Moving? Burton Cummings Complained Of Noise From Dance Studio

The Canadian Press, 12 Apr, 2019

    MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A Saskatchewan fitness studio is moving after multiple noise complaints from Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings.


    Kyra Klassen, who owns Dance Fitness with Kyra in downtown Moose Jaw, says she's ready for a fresh start and the studio is changing locations May 1.


    The dance studio moved into a building neighbouring The Guess Who singer last April in an area with mixed-used buildings.


    There were no problems at first, but Klassen has said that five months in she started getting messages, complaints and visits from police and from Cummings.


    A manager for Cummings has said the musician had no comment about the situation.


    Klassen, who is facing six noise bylaw charges, says she decided to move to keep everyone's best interests at heart.

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