Trend of ‘birth tourism’ is testing some Canadians’ patience with birthright citizenship
Each year, thousands of mothers travel to Canada just to have a baby. They leave a month later, with a passport for their newborn. Some companies in China offer full-service birth tourism services, just like a travel agency. It's perfectly legal, but should it be? Some Canadians think so-called birth tourism is an abuse of the system. Plus, learn what it means to test someone's patience.