Similar legislation has been proposed in other jurisdictions but never proclaimed.That may come as news to Saskatchewan's legislature, which passed the Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act on an uncontested basis last year. The legislation was then proclaimed in force as of last October.
The article does note that a similar bill was passed but never proclaimed in Ontario, so Saskatchewan can't claim to have been the first province to come up with the idea. But regardless of where the idea originated, one would hope that the CP would investigate whether any other provinces had passed similar legislation before flatly stating otherwise. And sadly, it seems to have fallen short of that basic standard this time out.