The governments of Blaine Higgs and Scott Moe in New Brunswick and Saskatchewan deserve praise for taking action to uphold parental rights. Both have announced policies that require parents know what is happening in their children’s schools. New Brunswick no longer allows schools to refer to children’s “preferred” name or pronouns of gender-confused students without the permission of parents. Saskatchewan’s new “Parental Inclusion and Consent Policies” mandates that parents be informed if their child wants to identify as a different name or gender, allows parents to opt their kids out of sex-ed, and bans third party presentations from groups including Planned Parenthood. Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson said she will follow suit if the Progressive Conservatives are re-elected in October. Now what about the other provinces and territories?