Plain Text PDF Version – 38-2: Birth & the Law
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Few events in life are as intimate and personal as giving birth, but even this aspect of life has legal ramifications and consequences.
It used to be pretty straightforward, the definition of a mother or father but modern technology and evolving relationships have led to changing definitions.
One British Columbia woman’s quest to find the identity of her sperm donor dad has ended in failure.
Geoffrey W. Cundiff, Thomas D. Maddix, Karen Macmillan, Gordon Self, Josh Stachniak
The safe placing of a newborn by a parent began in the Middle Ages and now is provided in Canada.
Connie L. Mah
Midwifery is its own health care profession created by provincial legislation and with its own rules, Codes of Conduct and professional associations.
It is an economic reality that most parents must return to work after the birth of a child: there are laws that can help.
Peter Bowal and Andrea Lai
Not Everyone Embraces the idea of Christmas as a Religious Holiday.
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Peter Bowal and Evan Knight