Monday, January 21, 2019

Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan Report on Assisted Reproduction & Parentage

The Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan recently published its Final Report on Assisted Reproduction & Parentage:
"The use of assisted reproduction to conceive children is increasing in Canada, however, Saskatchewan’s parentage legislation does not provide clear rules on who the parents of a child born through assisted reproduction should be. The Commission’s recommendations are based on the need to ensure certainty and clarity at the earliest possible time for intended parents and their children, the need for all individuals to receive equal treatment before the law, the best interests of children, and a desire for Saskatchewan’s parentage legislation to be as harmonious as possible with other Canadian jurisdictions."
The report looks at reform attempts in other Canadian provinces and in foreign jurisdictions such as New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:23 pm


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