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September 22, 2021. Victims of intimate-partner violence who own pets and farm animals face barrier: study. Global News.
September 4, 2021. Stats Can numbers show intimate partner violence rates in Sask. double that of national average. 620 CKRM.
September 2, 2021. Woman killed in domestic homicide-suicide was subject of concerned calls in days prior: Sask. RCMP. CTV News.
September 2, 2021. Meadow Lake homicide-suicide a reminder of growing intimate partner violence in Saskatchewan. Global News.
September 2, 2021. Sask. has double the national average for intimate partner violence. 650 CKOM/ 980 CJME.
September 1, 2021. Woman killed by estranged husband at Meadow Lake campground tried to leave abusive relationship: report. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
July 2021. New Scholarly Article in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Canadian Violence Link Coalition.
July 2021. Canadian Study Explores Agencies’ Responses to the Link. LINK Letter, 14(7), 5. The National LINK Coalition.
July 8. Animals can complicate domestic violence rescue. The Western Producer.
June 8. Radio interview and web story: Sask. survey highlights barriers for animal owners trying to escape domestic violence. CBC News.
May 5. Saskatchewan RCMP, PATHS addressing barriers to raising awareness about Clare’s Law. Global News.
April 5. RCMP officially sign on to Clare’s Law. Swift Current Online.
April 1. RCMP gets green light to act on domestic violence disclosure law. The Lawyer’s Daily.
April 1. Video: RCMP implement Clare’s Law. CBC Canada Tonight.
April 1. RCMP to implement Clare’s Law in Alberta and Saskatchewan. The Globe and Mail.
March 31. Sask RCMP to disclose info to potential domestic violence victims under ‘Clare’s Law’. Global News.
March 3. ‘A healing journey:’ Confronting gender-based violence in Saskatchewan. The Telegram.
February 28. Clare’s Law in Saskatchewan used handful of times; Mounties review their role. Saskatoon Star Phoenix.
January 29. Sask. groups eye gender-based violence funding. Saskatoon Star Phoenix.
January 28. Saskatchewan non-profit’s seminar on domestic violence seeks to arm family lawyers with extra tools. The Lawyer’s Daily.
December 4. Witchekan Lake First Nation chief says restrictions ‘drastically’ affected mental health. Saskatoon Star Phoenix.
October 19. Victims of violence petition headed to Ottawa; could help unmuzzle Mounties. The Lawyer’s Daily.
September 16. Aunt of Sask. teen killed in Candle Lake shooting calls for compassion for family. CBC Saskatchewan.
September 15. Petition asking for change to federal privacy law to allow RCMP to support Clare’s Law in Saskatchewan. Prairie Post.
September 8. RCMP in Saskatchewan not following Clare’s Law that can warn about violent partners, citing privacy issues. The Globe and Mail.
August 26. Intensive early intervention program aimed at preventing family violence coming to Kindersley. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
July 30. Clare’s Law In Effect in Saskatchewan. Discover Weyburn.
July 8. RCMP privacy rules limit northern access to Clare’s Law. Yorkton This Week.
June 26. Clare’s Law coming to Sask. to aid potential domestic abuse victims. Moose Jaw Today.
June 26. A Measure of Protection for Potential Victims of Domestic Abuse. Swift Current Online.
June 22. Clare’s Law to come into effect in Saskatchewan on June 29. Global News.
May 6. Provincial support guide for victims of domestic violence now available. Moose Jaw Today.
April 14. Transition houses concerned about domestic violence during isolation. 650 CKOM.
April 8. The devil you know: How abuse victims are in danger during the pandemic. National Observer.
March 20. Domestic violence shelters in Saskatchewan deemed essential during COVID-19 pandemic. Global News.
March 18. COVID-19: Domestic violence a concern for at-risk women as households isolate and virus spreads. Star Phoenix.
February 3. Resources for victims of violent relationships emphasized following McKay verdict. CTV News.
February 1. When love and fear collide: Exiting abusive relationships not simple. Regina Leader-Post.
January 24. Review: Exit, Pursued By A Bear an emotional roller coaster at Globe. Regina Leader-Post.
January 24. Comedy invites deeper discussion of spousal violence at Globe Theatre. Regina Leader-Post.
January 22. Discussion of Exit, Pursued by a Bear. Global Regina Morning News.
December 18. Sask. had highest rate of domestic violence among all provinces in 2018, Statistics Canada says. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix.
December 14. Kindersley incident, Stats Canada report sparks domestic violence conversation. Global News.
December 5. Sasktel’s ‘Phones for a Fresh Start’ Helps Survivors of Domestic Violence. Discover Moose Jaw.
October 30. Sask. RCMP members undergo specialized training on domestic violence. CBC News.
July 24. Secret Life of Entrepreneurs: Episode 27 with Jo-Anne Dusel, PATHS (YouTube Video).
July 21. The Pit. CBC News.
July 4. Northern Sask. has highest rate of reported violence against young women: StatsCan. CBC Saskatchewan.
May 31. MMIWG report recommends changes in the Criminal Code, calls on Canadians to take action. CBC News: The National.
May 13. Sask. victims of domestic violence eligible for paid leave. 980 CJME.
May 13. ‘A difficult conversation’: Sexual violence action plan revealed. 980 CJME.
May 5. Sask Getting Their Ducks in a Row in Terms of Abuse Prevention. Swift Current Online.
May 3. Audio: Jo-Anne Dusel on Clare’s Law. CJME/CKOM.
May 3. YWCA Regina lauds Women of Distinction. Regina Leader-Post.
March 26. Small increase for Sask. domestic violence shelters ‘a nice token’: advocate. CBC News.
February 19. Analysis: Isolated, abused, nowhere to go: The barriers rural women face leaving abusive relationships. Orangeville Banner.
February 1. Sask. femicide rate exceeds national average: report. Battlefords Now.
January 31. Sask. women’s violent deaths part of new national report on femicide. Regina Leader-Post.
January 30. Sask. advocate supports call to look at homicides of females differently. CBC Saskatchewan.
November 21, 2018.‘Go for it,’ says the father of slain U.K. woman on Sask.’s proposed domestic violence law. CBC Radio: The Current.
November 14, 2018. Domestic violence laws only a start to ending the problem. Regina Leader-Post.
November 5, 2018. Saskatchewan to let police release domestic violence records to people at risk. National Post.
November 5, 2018. Saskatchewan 1st to introduce Clare’s Law, aimed at stopping domestic violence. CBC News.
September 28, 2018. Interview on Ontario Morning (starts at 2 minutes). CBC News.
August 15, 2018. Opposition calling for increased paid days off for domestic violence survivors. CTV Regina.
August 14, 2018. Les femmes plus vulnérables à la violence depuis l’arrêt des transports en autocar en Saskatchewan (Women more vulnerable to violence since bus stops in Saskatchewan). Radio-Canada.
August 13, 2018. Loss of STC keeping domestic violence victims from shelters, survey says. CBC News
July 25, 2018. Why murder victims’ identities should be made public. CBC News: The National.
July 18, 2018. Homicide victim ID’ing policy in Regina to be discussed next week — in private. CBC News.
July 17, 2018. Women’s Shelters in Saskatchewan Do Not Allow Pets. Country 600 CJWW
July 15, 2018. Greyhound shuttering puts women’s shelters at risk: PATHS. 650 CKOM CJME News
June 14, 2018. Sask. police using new checklist to assess risk in domestic violence calls. CBC News.
July 13, 2018. Western transition homes calling for reliable transportation for vulnerable people. Current News, MBC News
May 28, 2018. More education needed to prevent domestic violence deaths: report. CBC News.
May 29, 2018. Advocate encourages adoption of ‘Philadelphia Model’ to address sexual violence. CBC News.
May 29, 2018. Winnipeg trio sheds light on supporting victims of sexual exploitation. Regina Leader-Post
May 28, 2018. Victims of domestic violence need voice: Rich. Regina Leader-Post
May 24, 2018. Saskatchewan’s domestic violence death review makes 19 recommendations. Regina Leader-Post
May 24, 2018. We’re a good decade behind.’: Panelist on next steps for Domestic Violence Death Review. Global News
May 25, 2018. Families say they should have been included in Sask.’s domestic death review. CBC News
May 25, 2018. Expert panel calls for creation of domestic violence first responders in Sask. CBC News.
May 5, 2018. Report finds 57 Canadian women killed in first four months of 2018. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
April 24, 2018. Legal advice offered free of charge for sexual violence survivors in Sask. CBC Saskatchewan.
April 24, 2018. Phones for a Fresh Start. CTV Regina Morning Live.
March 27, 2018. Tuesday Marks Start of Gender Diversity Week. Discover Moose Jaw
March 28, 2018 ‘Where do you turn to?’: Sask. project aims to help gender diverse people access women’s shelters – CBC News
January 12, 2018. Stats show violence against women a major issue in P.A. PA Now.
December 13, 2017. What Clare’s Law could mean for Saskatchewan and domestic violence. Regina Leader-Post.
December 6, 2017. Saskatchewan legislation calls for unpaid leave for domestic violence victims. National Post.
December 6, 2017. Saskatchewan legislation calls for unpaid leave for domestic violence victims. CTV News.
December 6, 2017. Sask. employers fear paid days off for victims of violence could lead to hiring fewer women. CBC News.
December 6, 2017. Sask. government grants 10 days of leave from work to survivors of interpersonal violence. Regina Leader-Post.
December 3, 2017. Advocates call for more support from Canadian government for women in South Sudan. Regina Leader-Post.
November 2, 2017. Saskatchewan report outlines the help needed by workers experiencing domestic violence. Rabble News
October 27, 2017. Sask. study suggests government do more to help victims of domestic violence at work. CBC News.
October 27, 2017. Domestic violence costing Sask. employers: study. Global News.
October 27, 2017. Workplaces must get on board to reduce intimate partner violence: PATHS report. Regina Leader-Post.
October 25, 2017. SaskTel’s Phones for a Fresh Start program. CTV Morning Live Regina.
October 17, 2017. SaskTel puts old phones to good use. Regina Leader-Post.
October 17, 2017. SaskTel recycling cellular devices to help women fleeing domestic violence. Global News.
October 5, 2017. Wife-killer John Strang displayed deadly warning signs. CBC Saskatchewan.
October 5, 2017. Final report on Sask. domestic violence deaths due in next 2 months. CBC Saskatchewan.
July 7, 2017. ‘Lives could be at stake’: Women’s groups want feds to act on Sask. STC closure. CBC Saskatchewan.
June 1, 2017. STC was a ‘lifeline’ for escaping domestic violence, says organization. CBC Saskatchewan.
May 20, 2017. Domestic violence should be considered by employers, SFL says. Regina Leader-Post
May 17, 2017. ‘It gives me hope’: New program uses Indigenous knowledge to help survivors of domestic violence. CBC Saskatchewan.
May 11, 2017. Saskatchewan’s domestic homicide review doesn’t go far enough, says victim’s sister. CBC Saskatchewan.
April 26, 2017. Names and faces all that change in Saskatchewan’s hold on domestic violence. Regina Leader-Post.
April 26, 2017. Domestic violence support workers want to see further prevention through education. Global.
April 10, 2017. Sask. residents fleeing domestic violence can now break a lease penalty-free. Global.
April 10, 2017. People fleeing domestic violence get chance to end leases in Saskatchewan. National Newswatch (Canadian Press)
April 10, 2017. Change to tenancy legislation ‘difference between life and death’: PATHS. CBC Saskatchewan.
March 17, 2017. Domestic violence survivor wishes Sask. bill could have come earlier. Global.
March 15, 2017. NDP introduces bill for domestic violence victims. Regina Leader-Post.
March 8, 2017. Saskatchewan group PATHS urges job protection for victims of domestic violence. Global.
March 8, 2017. Gatherings held in Regina, Saskatoon for International Women’s Day. CBC Saskatchewan.
March 8, 2017. Saskatchewan group urges job protection for victims of domestic violence. Canadian Occupational Safety (Thomson Reuters).
March 1, 2017. International women’s day: Including those on the sidelines. INK Online (University of Regina School of Journalism).
February 16, 2017. ‘I just need to make a stand’: Sask.’s 2015 rate of domestic violence highest among provinces. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
February 10, 2017. Rural distress: As Jane’s story shows, spousal abuse is a stubborn fact of life for many country women. Country Guide.
January 15, 2017. Sask. advocate sees benefit in educating salon workers on domestic violence. CBC Saskatchewan.
January 4, 2017. Why beauty professionals are being trained to prevent domestic abuse. Global.
January 4, 2017. Pilot project designed for Indigenous survivors of domestic violence. CBC Saskatchewan.
In this Global News story, Crystal Giesbrecht from PATHS shares results from a study conducted in #Saskatchewan examining barriers for people who own pets and farm animals when they experience intimate partner violence. @SaskSPCA https://globalnews.ca/news/8214032/intimate-partner-violence-victims-who-own-pets-farm-saskatchewan/