Source: Katherine Hill, CTV News Regina, February 18, 2020
Currently, there are 20 offences that would prohibit a name change.
REGINA — Those planning to legally change their name in Saskatchewan will now have to undergo a mandatory criminal record check, the province announced Tuesday.
The government says it will make Saskatchewan the first province that might reject a name change because of past criminal offences, including those who are required to register in the National Sex Offender Registry.
For the latest information and for more updates on everything Kindersley ‘Like’ the Kindersley Social Facebook page below…