The average cost of fertility care exceeds most people’s means.
A single IVF cycle in Canada costs up to $20,000. Often, it takes several rounds of fertility treatment before patients successfully take home a baby. Currently, only seven provinces provide funding related to fertility and family-building care to residents, and the programs and access to services vary widely across the country.
How we are making a difference
Support & community
The fertility journey can be lonely. We strive to bring you exceptional fertility support and an understanding community through our support groups and online community.
Our mission is to provide accessible information on fertility and family-building to help you make informed decisions about your reproductive health options.
We are dedicated to raising awareness about the realities of fertility issues in Canada and strive to enhance public understanding of the challenges faced by those dealing with infertility.
We empower you to be champions for government funding, employer benefits, and policy change to create universal access to fertility and family-forming care in Canada.
Access to care
We connect you to fertility and family-building experts and organizations through our network of professionals.
Annual Fertility Matters 6K
The FM6K is a nationwide virtual two-day fertility awareness and fundraising event that rallies communities from coast to coast. Proceeds from the annual fundraiser will go directly to supporting FMC's access and advocacy programs to ensure more equitable access to fertility services is available to all Canadians, no matter their story.
Your source for support, education, and advocacy
Fertility in Focus podcast
Hear from leading fertility specialists and real people along their path to parenthood.
1 in 6 stories
I could write several volumes of our (in)fertility journey, but there are moments that I relive more than others. Those early days of finding out that this would be our story.
My husband Doug and I got married in 2015. We had discussed when we wanted to start trying for a family and decided to wait a year or two, thinking once we started trying it would just happen
I always knew I wanted to be a Mom. My Mom was 28 when she had me, and I’d always planned on having kids in my early twenties when I was still full of energy, but as it would seem, life had other plans.