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How Canada Is Becoming a Key Player in Global Surrogacy

June 27, 2016

(The Star) – Canada, renowned worldwide for maple syrup, hockey players and good manners, is fast earning a new reputation in the global economy: a place where a small but stable band of women are willing to carry the babies of strangers. For the past few years, foreigners have been drawn to Canada and Canadian surrogates in increasing numbers. No one keeps statistics, but this baby-boom business is so brisk that one agency, Surrogacy in Canada Online, had to stop accepting applications temporarily from intended parents in April due to overwhelming demand.

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