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The Fiduciaries Access to Digital Information Act, SS 2020 c.6, has been proclaimed into force June 29, 2020.
The Interpersonal Violence Disclosure Protocol (Clare’s Law) Act, SS 2019 c. I-10.4, has been proclaimed into force June 29, 2020. The law would enable Saskatchewan residents to ask police for information on an intimate partner’s violent or abusive past. According to a CBC report, the RCMP will not participate in the new law, citing federal privacy laws. The new law, and the RCMP’s non-participation, was also reported by Global News, CTV News, and the Leader Post.