Placing A Child

Placing A Child

Choosing adoption for your child

What is the procedure for placing a child for adoption?

This depends on the province in which you live. The following web links, listed by province, may help you.  A list of private domestic agencies is also featured below.


Private Domestic Adoption Agencies

 Alberta

British Columbia

Manitoba

New Brunwick
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Newfoundland
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Nova Scotia
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Norhwest Territories
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Nunavut
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Ontario

Prince Edward Island
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Quebec

Saskatchewan
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Yukon
  • There are no private agencies. Please contact the provincial adoption office.

Finding Support

Canada Adopts is a great resource to consult for a current list of birth parent support groups, as well as online peer support. 

The Adoptive Families Association of British Columbia is a great resource for adoption in British Columbia.

Where to start with the Adoption Council of Canada

Where To Start

Not sure where to begin? We can help

Find out how to get your adoption process on the right track from the start.

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