“Our government is extremely dismayed by the judicial overreach of the court blocking implementation of the Parental Inclusion and Consent Policy—a policy which has the strong support of a majority of Saskatchewan residents, in particular, Saskatchewan parents,” he said.

“Our government will take action to ensure the rights of Saskatchewan parents are protected and that this policy is implemented by recalling the Legislative Assembly and using the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian constitution to pass legislation to protect parental rights.”

The province announced that as of Aug. 22, schools must seek parental permission to change names and pronouns for students under the age of 16. The policy also said parents must be informed about the sexual health curriculum and have the option to pull their children out of the classes.

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