Surrogacy is legal in Canada, except for the province of Quebec, where it is strictly forbidden.

All types of family structures are welcome, which turns Canada into a very interesting destination for gay couples pursuing parenthood.

The main characteristic of surrogacy in this country is that it is a 100% altruistic procedure, which is to say, no financial pay can be given to the gestational carrier, although intended parents have to reimburse her all the expenses incurred throughout pregnancy.

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