Saskatchewan’s trespass law passes; visitors need consent from rural landowners

Among the most contentious issues in North Dakota’s recently completed legislative session were proposed changes to land-posting, trespass, and hunting access laws. In Saskatchewan, they’ve been wrestling with the exact same issue, and the genesis of their discussion is worth noting — when the relationship between landowners and hunters becomes adversarial, the environment for tragedy or unfortunate conflict grows.

The province is moving toward a policy of more restricted land access. Get the full story from the Estevan Mercury

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Canadian Press, Estevan Mercury

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