Following the submission of a funding request to the Global Fund, there continues to be a critical role for communities and civil society to play.
This information is an update of the alert prepared by ICASO in 2015 to provide […]
[Extra Spark] By Richard Elliott - I couldn’t believe it, and yet I shouldn’t have been surprised, given what I knew. A friend of mine had just been informed that his HIV test was confirmed positive. And in that moment, […]
Work is underway to establish the CPPN's priorities to March 31, 2022, and to confirm its mission, goals, objectives, and its long-term vision as Canada's only national, independent network of, by, and for people living with HIV and HIV co-infections. […]
By Georgia White - Over recent weeks, we’ve seen a raft of media coverage on the progress made towards ending AIDS. Thousands of experts just gathered in Paris to discuss the latest science, and UNAIDS launched a major report. Some […]
Canada’s hidden HIV epidemic December 7, 2018 By Laurie Edmiston, CATIEEarlier this year, I witnessed a profound historic moment at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam. Dr. Alison Rodger, a leading HIV researcher in the United Kingdom,…