Saskatchewan was the first province in Canada to prohibit convicted sex-offenders from changing their names.
As Saskatchewan Attorney General, Don Morgan said, "This will protect children and other vulnerable individuals from sex-offenders trying to avoid scrutiny by changing their names."
Alberta has announced that it will follow Saskatchewan's lead and enact similar laws preventing sex-offenders from changing their names as well.
Premier Scott Moe and the Saskatchewan Party government are calling on all provinces across Canada to prohibit sex-offenders from changing their names in order to protect the most vulnerable in our society.
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