Canada-wide group of STBBI and human rights organizations, have identified six key priority issues that must be addressed if Canada is to achieve the public health objectives to which it has committed. We call on each of the political parties to publicly state their positions on these six priority issues, see press release here
CAS AND THE 2021 ELECTION CAS is also happy to provide questions to guide Canada’s HIV organizations and allies on how to engage Canadian political parties on their role in ending HIV in Canada. We have written directly to the parties, you will find our letters and answers and commitments here. We are also in… Read More »
Forty years ago, on June 5, the first cases of AIDS were reported. Click here to view our full statement.
We feel really privileged to be featured in The Site Magazine’s Healed Outcomes, this is an award-winning magazine for architecture and urbanism from Canada
CAS has published a new list of resources for individuals (including specific populations such as people living with HIV, Indigenous communities, and people who use drugs) and non-profit organizations to use during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can view this section by clicking on the COVID-19 button on the menu or by clicking here.
One year later and we are still facing one of the toughest challenges ever faced by humanity since the turn of the 20th century. Many of us still face challenges on a personal or professional level. Please know that there is always help available in each province or territory across Canada, be it with your… Read More »
Taking place across Canada November 23-30 OTTAWA, November 18th, 2020 – Building off the success of the past two HIV Testing Days in 2018 and 2019, the Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) and steering committee are launching a national HIV Testing Week. Thousands of Canadians will hopefully get tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted and… Read More »
The CAS 2020 Annual Report addressed during our AGM on October 21st is available here: AGM Annual Report 2020 If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Canadian AIDS Society is happy to share our recent publication in the Journal of the Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association. This article describes our upcoming clinical practice guidelines for the use of cannabis in managing chronic pain. Despite a long history of cannabis use for chronic pain management and the legalization of cannabis for… Read More »
Hello members of our community that have living or lived experience with HIV and/or hepatitis C, Below is an amazing opportunity from the Public Health Agency of Canada to have your voice heard and to contribute to the movement. “The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is preparing for the planned launch, in Fall 2020… Read More »