The Saskatchewan government in Canada is looking into imposing new regulations to oversee ticket scalping in the province. According to The Star Phoenix, the...

The Saskatchewan government in Canada is looking into imposing new regulations to oversee ticket scalping in the province. According to The Star Phoenix, the Ticket Sales Act will prevent primary ticket sellers from linking to secondary ticket sites, and secondary ticket companies would not be allowed to resell tickets until 48 hours after they went on sale intially. Earlier this week, Saskatchewan Justice Minister Don Morgan also outlined other possible rules, such as secondary ticket resellers that are legally associated with a primary seller for particular event would also be restricted in how it sells tickets to that event, according to The Star Phoenix.