“Free birthing” is a movement of pregnant women rejecting the medicalization of birth and intentionally delivering babies outside the health care system. Why do people do it? Is it legal? And what can be done instead?
The week of November 19 is all about fertility law!
Confused about surrogacy law? Here is an overview of the legal process.
An Ontario Court provided some clarity as to how frozen embryos should be divided in the event of a divorce.
In Canada it is currently against the law to pay someone to donate sperm or eggs, or to be a surrogate. One politician wants to change that.
Health Canada is planning on amending the Assisted Human Reproduction Act and is seeking feedback from the public.
There is a new Bill in government that would alter how surrogacy operates in Ontario.
See what we submitted to the government.
On September 29, 2016 the Ontario government introduced a new Bill that would fundamentally change the legal landscape with respect to who is a parent.
Cy and Ruby’s Act will create real change in Ontario. But hopefully the path to equality will not be accompanied by introducing fundamental flaws to surrogacy procedures in Ontario.
As of December 2015 the Ontario government will start to pay for IVF.
An Ontario couple is suing a Georgia sperm bank because the donor profile was allegedly falsified.