Surrogates

What India Can Teach Us About 'Renting Wombs'

Marni Soupcoff | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Marni Soupcoff

For all the raised eyebrows about India's billion-dollar surrogacy industry, that system still seems preferable to our own. At least there, a woman who undergoes the substantial physical and mental rigours of a surrogate pregnancy is clearly and openly compensated for her efforts.

Watching the Watchdog: Will Microsoft Produce the Next Walter Cronkite?

Tim Knight | Posted 09.19.2012 | Canada
Tim Knight

Once upon a time when the world was young and had hope, and global warming, the one per cent and social media hadn't yet been invented, there truly was a golden age for TV news in North America. Could Microsoft bring that golden age back since its split from MSNBC?

Surrogate Mothers Often Upset By Process, Study Shows

The National Post | Posted 11.23.2011 | Canada

Their key role in the arcane world of surrogate motherhood has received relatively little scientific examination, but it turns out surrogates are ofte...

Canadian Surrogate Mother Abandoned 27-Weeks Into Pregnancy, Left With Twins

Toronto Star | Posted 11.12.2011 | Canada Living

Cathleen Hachey’s first try as a surrogate mother took a heartbreaking turn when she was abandoned via text message last spring, 27 weeks into the p...