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Lowest divorce rate recorded in Alberta in more than 40 years following the impact of COVID-19

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According to Statistics Canada data in 2020, there were at least 6,801 divorces recorded since 1979 in the province of Alberta. Divorce cases in the coming years could continue to decline or increase depending on the lifting of pandemic controls and restrictions, as the return to normalcy means the full resumption of legal divorce management procedures.

The postponement of divorce cases was also another consequence of the pandemic because, during a catastrophe, people instinctively tend to focus their attention on primitive needs such as concern for the health of self and family members, thus postponing decisions that seemed important for another time, according to Matthew Johnson, a family sciences associate professor at the University of Alberta.

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