Think before you do this - friends are not family and often get tired of spending time with you. I was married, pregnant, and on my own at 16yrs. It's not as fun as it seems, and I have definitely damaged the relationship with my parents to some degree. Can you support yourself? What about school? I know I sound like an old fart but I'm only 29 and I have been in the same boat. Contact me if you need to talk about this - tcameron976 @ kwic.net The law in Canada is quite clear on this. Until you are over the age of 19 you are a minor, not an adult. As a MINOR you are NOT legally able to live where you want. If you do leave home, your Parents are NOT required to support you. If you live at home they ARE required to feed and cloth you and provide shelter to you. So make a choice, but be prepared to live with the results of that choice.
Yes. Many people does that in Canada where I'm from. They do that when they are mad at their parents.
She cannot move out in Canada without parental consent. Until they reach the age of majority, their parents determine where they live. If she did have permission, the parent would still have to support them.
If my parents were born in Canada and are Canadians, them I am Canadian even if not born in Canada.
Justin was raised in stratford Canada..his parents are Canada
His adopted parents are from Toronto, Canada
Justin Bieber's parents r from Canada
Yes, they do
Ryan Butler, Chaz Somers are Justin Biebers friends from Stratford, Canada Christain Beadles is from Alanta
Yes, child support enforcement goes both ways between America and Canada. The father will have to pay child support to the mother in America even though he lives in Canada.