"Persons eligible to sponsor adopted children or children intended for adoption in Canada must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, aged 18 or over, and living in Canada." Source: Citizenship and Immigration Canada http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/sponsor/adopt-4.html#5 From: Robin Hilborn http://www.familyhelper.net
The legal drinking age in Canada is 19. Americans can go there and drink at that age.
Since the individual is over the age of majority if they consent to be "adopted" it would be lawful.
The legal age of consent in Canada is 16 as of April 2008.
In Canada, children start school at the age of five. They attend high school at the age of 13 or 14.
Yes, both single and married gay people can adopt in every province and territory in Canada.
I think that in any state you must be 18 years of age to adopt a child. However, your state may have laws about the requirements you need to adopt a child.
if im 20 can someone adopt me?
The Iroquois name for 'settlement' is Kanata. That was cause to adopt a variation in 1867