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Saskatchewan first to introduce law aimed at stopping domestic violence

Saskatchewan first to introduce law aimed at stopping domestic violence Saskatchewan, the province with Canada's highest domestic violence rate, has become the first to introduce legislation that would allow police to tell people if their partner has a violent past. The legislation is reportedly inspired by a law in the U.K.
Saskatchewan first to introduce law aimed at stopping domestic violence Saskatchewan, the province with Canada's highest domestic violence rate, has become the first to introduce legislation that would allow police to tell people if their partner has a violent past. The legislation is reportedly inspired by a law in the U.K. 2:14
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