With historically friendly countries (India, Thailand, and Mexico) for Canadian citizens turning less friendly or hostile, Canada may emerge to fill the surrogacy void. Provinces, such as Quebec, are going on record that surrogacy legislation is needed. While Canadian commercial surrogacy is forbidden, certain surrogate reimbursable living expenses appear to be permissible. In addition, the surrogacy medical costs absorbed by Canada’s universal health care are likely to be less than a similar surrogacy arrangement in the United States for Canadian citizens. This reduced cost factor (versus a surrogacy arrangement in the United States for Canadian citizens) causes more attention and pressure on Canada to create a solid legislative framework for surrogacy. Canadian newspapers are taking notice and calling for collection of surrogacy data and new legislation.