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[http://whatsnextforme.ca WhatsNextForMe.ca] est un site internet canadien développé par un groupe de médecins et de chercheurs basés au Women’s College Hospital de Toronto. Il offre des informations sur quelles options de contraception d'urgence sont disponibles au Canada, comment elles fonctionnent et comment se les procurer. Des informations générales sur la contraception d'urgence sont aussi disponibles [https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/morning-after-pill-emergency-contraception ici] et [http://ec.princeton.edu/info/ecp.html ici].
 
[http://whatsnextforme.ca WhatsNextForMe.ca] est un site internet canadien développé par un groupe de médecins et de chercheurs basés au Women’s College Hospital de Toronto. Il offre des informations sur quelles options de contraception d'urgence sont disponibles au Canada, comment elles fonctionnent et comment se les procurer. Des informations générales sur la contraception d'urgence sont aussi disponibles [https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/morning-after-pill-emergency-contraception ici] et [http://ec.princeton.edu/info/ecp.html ici].
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In Canada, the emergency contraceptive pill (the morning after pill) is available at a variety of places, including women's clinics, sexual health centres, hospitals, and pharmacies. However, the laws around its availability vary by province. In Ontario and most provinces, emergency contraceptive pills are available over-the-counter, except for Ulipristal-based pills, such as ellaOne, which requires a prescription.<ref>[https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthlinkbc-files/emergency-contraception Emergency Contraception (EC)]</ref> In Quebec, emergency contraceptive requires a prescription, and in in Saskatchewan, it is available behind the counter at pharmacies.<ref>[http://planb.ca/where-to-get-it.html Plan B - Where to Get It (Canada)]</ref>
 
In Canada, the emergency contraceptive pill (the morning after pill) is available at a variety of places, including women's clinics, sexual health centres, hospitals, and pharmacies. However, the laws around its availability vary by province. In Ontario and most provinces, emergency contraceptive pills are available over-the-counter, except for Ulipristal-based pills, such as ellaOne, which requires a prescription.<ref>[https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthlinkbc-files/emergency-contraception Emergency Contraception (EC)]</ref> In Quebec, emergency contraceptive requires a prescription, and in in Saskatchewan, it is available behind the counter at pharmacies.<ref>[http://planb.ca/where-to-get-it.html Plan B - Where to Get It (Canada)]</ref>
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