October 3, 2016
(The Globe and Mail) – The federal government plans to tighten and clarify the regulations dealing with assisted reproduction. Health Canada is outlining a number of proposed changes to the rules that are part of the 2004 Assisted Human Reproduction Act. The act was the subject of a 2010 Supreme Court of Canada ruling, which found some parts fell under provincial jurisdiction, while leaving a number of sections intact.
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