Marriage licences will be valid for two years after state of emergency ends: province

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Marriage licences will be valid for two years after state of emergency ends: province's Profile



The provincial government is extending the expiry date of most marriage licences that were issued up to last December.

Most licences are issued by municipalities and stay valid for three months.

Since the pandemic has forced many couple to reevaluate or change their wedding plans, the province has amended the Marriage Act to make many licences valid for 24 months after the province-wide state of emergency ends.

Consumer Services Minister Lisa Thompson says the government wants to give couples more flexibility and make things easier if they’ve made the difficult decision to postpone their plans.

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