Google has a blog post from back in 2009 talking about canonical links and how to handle them across domains. Which is also padded out with a lot of other information on helpful ways to reduced duplicate content, or what could be perceived as duplicate content.
They still list a lot of these suggested practices in their search console duplicate content guide as well.
And follow up with more of it on their duplicate URL consolidation page which has specific mentions of how canonicals can be used across domains to cut down on duplicate content.
Moz has one of their typical think pieces on how to optimally use canonical links across domains. You can take that for what you want since people have mixed feelings about Moz.
To sum it all up as long as you have a canonical link Google should not regard this as duplicate content to be punished because it has one primary home.
On a personal note I think you should be fine as well. If the content is in fact relevant to both locations then Google will pick up on that as good, relevant information for both locations. Providing them with a canonical link to make it clear that you're aware this is duplicate content, but fits both places, with a primary home at X location shouldn't be punished.