When talking about the history and ongoing travesty of AIDS pandemics, we have to be very careful to not forget the sociopolitical and economic factors associated with the disease. Of all infectious diseases, HIV is perhaps the most stigmatising. This is likely due to specific populations that are the most vulnerable to transmission, which often […]
May 22, 2013 – For immediate release Ottawa, ON – The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) acknowledges that Health Canada today approved a change to the blood donor deferral period currently imposed on men who have sex with men (MSM) from indefinite to five years from last MSM activity. The Canadian AIDS Society has, along […]
To all our Volunteers, Thank You!
AIDS New Brunswick marked this years World AIDS Day with a breakfast hosted by His honour Graydon Nicholas, the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, and a brunch hosted by the Snooty Fox. The breakfast at Government House was on Friday, November 30 in advance of World AIDS Day. AIDS New Brunswick, SIDA/AIDS Moncton, Healing Our Nations, and […]
New Brunswick’s Lieutenant Governor held a World AIDS Day breakfast on Friday, November 30 in advance of World AIDS Day on December 1, 2012. AIDS New Brunswick, SIDA/AIDS Moncton, Healing Our Nations and AIDS Saint John were honoured to be guests for the event which had a focus on youth leadership. At the breakfast, the […]