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In acknowledgement of AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day (December 1st), over the next three weeks, ACT is reaching out to supporters like you to have a conversation about our bold plans to help Toronto achieve zero new HIV transmissions and zero HIV-related stigma. We look forward to our conversation.
Many HIV and hepatits C organizations that traditionally have received PHAC funding were told they will not be going forward. Why not?
Statement updates community about Pride's community consultations, apologizes for being anti-black.
More information to come, including recommendations for people living with HIV / HCV.
World Health Day marks a time to reflect on the many public health challenges to be addressed around the globe, such as the 35 million people living with HIV and AIDS. It's also a call to address such issues closer to home. In Canada, we can lead the way forward towards ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic, but a federal level commitment is sorely lacking.