We're not going to find out. We'd have to pay $40, which is not a huge deal, but it's the principle of the thing - when the fee was announced the ministry of health (or our regional health authority, I forget who) they tried to make out that it actually cost the system extra money to determine the baby's gender during an ultrasound, which is obviously a load of bull. If they'd come out and said "We need more money, this is a non-essential service and we're just going to charge you, so consider your fee a donation to the cause of quality health care" I would be totally fine with it. But they were all shifty and stupid about it so we're not going to fork out the $40. Honestly, I don't really care - we found out with DD because she was the first grandchild on both sides and there was knitting and shopping to be done. But with this one, the knitter (my mom) has been adequately trained by my sister in the art of gender-neutral colour schemes (my sister has two girls, she didn't find out until they were born with either, and steadfastly refuses to dress either one in pink anyway), and DH's parents seem to have gotten a lot of the shopping stuff out of their systems (and were pleasantly moderate even with DD) so there's no real reason to find out.
I am COMPLETELY against shopping for a baby ahead of time - you never know how big the little buggers are going to be when they're born, and when you're surrounded by tons of other families (3 other families just in our townhouse complex have had babies in the last year) hand-me-downs tend to accumulate even more than you need. I already have a full complement of newborn onesies (sleeveless, short-sleeved and long-sleeved) - I will probably get more baby clothes dumped on me as the new babies in the neighbourhood grow, and for everything else, there's consignment stores. I see no point in new clothing for kids until they stop growing faster than they wear clothes out. Even then - 90% of my DD's wardrobe is (at least) second-hand. It's so easy to to find perfect-condition, used baby clothes for next to nothing, I can't fathom paying for new stuff. (And if the new stuff is just as cheap as consignment, then somebody somewhere is getting shafted and I'm not going to participate in that. Yeah Walmart, I'm looking at you.)