The Saskatchewan government says a Regina Public School policy that left parents in the dark about their child’s use of gender pronouns at school prompted its move to introduce the Parental Rights Bill.
Bill 137 was introduced in the Saskatchewan Legislature on Oct. 12, and MLAs are in the middle of an extending debate over the policy, which would require schools to seek parental consent if students under 16 years wanted to change their gender pronouns or identity.
Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill said that one of the reasons the government brought the bill forward was a policy in Regina Public Schools that says students must consent before a school can reveal a change in gender identity.

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