9781552214886 (softcover) 1552214885 (softcover)
"This book brings together a range of critical perspectives on the governance of surrogacy in Canada. The chapters offer insight into how to address the challenges of regulating surrogacy (in Canada and elsewhere), and how to (re)think the governance of surrogacy in ways that address the health, well-being, and autonomy of surrogates. It also provides long-awaited empirical data about how surrogacy in Canada is occurring."--Provided by publisher.
Includes table of cases.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Whose child is this? "Surrogacy," authority, and responsibility / Christine Overall "Why we don't know what we don't know" about Canada's surrogacy practices and outcomes / Pamela M White Navigating in murky waters : legal issues arising from a lack of surrogacy regulation in Quebec / Kévin Lavoie & Isabel Côté Reimbursement of expenditures and possible sub-delegation of the Assisted Human Reproduction Regulations / Mark C McLeod Should Canada implement a flat-rate reimbursement model for surrogacy arrangements? Legal and ethical recommendations for a revised approach to reimbursement / Angel Petropanagos, Vanessa Gruben, & Angela Cameron Surrogacy in Canada : toward permissive regulation / Erin Nelson Desperately seeking surrogates : thoughts on Canada's emergence as an international surrogacy destination / Karen Busby & Pamela M White - Self-sufficiency for surrogacy and responsibility for global structural injustice / Katy Fulfer.