Blyth, Eric and Crawshaw, Marilyn (2011) Countdown begins for ending donor anonymity in British Columbia. BioNews (610).
Abstract

The regulation of assisted human reproduction in Canada has had a long and tortuous history. Twenty-one years after a Royal Commission appointed by the federal government recommended legislation [1], and following several failed attempts to get legislation through the Canadian parliament, the Assisted Human Reproduction Act 2004 came into force [2].

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