In Canada, the law states that it is illegal to pay for the services of a surrogate mother or to purchase human sperm and eggs but can reimburse the expenses throughout the pregnancy. Unlike other countries where reproductive tourism is permitted, Canadian Federal law allows only altruistic surrogacy and forbids. The law forbidding paid surrogacy is designed to protect women and children from exploitation, however, many argue that the language of the law is vague and for some like
Sally Rhoads-Heinrich a former surrogate who now runs Surrogacy Canada Online, says the current legislation forces surrogacy agencies, surrogates and intended parents to operate in a grey zone.
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