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Pour des informations sur la contraception au Canada, allez voir les pages des villes, comme [[Toronto/fr]], car les recommandations varient selon les villes.
 
Pour des informations sur la contraception au Canada, allez voir les pages des villes, comme [[Toronto/fr]], car les recommandations varient selon les villes.
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While Canada has a universal health care system, it does not offer free contraceptives. You can get lower-cost birth control at the public sexual health clinics (for example: birth control pills ranging from free to $10/per month supply, and IUDs for $60). If you get IUDs at a private clinic, you can expect to pay around $55 (for Mona Lisa), $290-$300 (for Jaydess) or $360-380 (for Mirena).
 
While Canada has a universal health care system, it does not offer free contraceptives. You can get lower-cost birth control at the public sexual health clinics (for example: birth control pills ranging from free to $10/per month supply, and IUDs for $60). If you get IUDs at a private clinic, you can expect to pay around $55 (for Mona Lisa), $290-$300 (for Jaydess) or $360-380 (for Mirena).
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