Tag Archives: HIV

Seeing Red on World AIDS Day Seeing Red on World AIDS Day
By Suzanne Hindmarch and Michael Orsini
How one Manitoban began his journey into AIDS research How one Manitoban began his journey into AIDS research
By Shannon Sampert
Stemming the tide of death after release from jails and prisons in Canada
By Fiona Kouyoumdjian and Stephen Hwang

The tragic stories of Ashley Smith, Edward Snowshoe and other inmates who have died while in Canadian correctional facilities have rightly made headlines around the country.

Saskatchewan has the highest rates of HIV in Canada. Can we create an AIDS-free generation?

Over the last few years, Saskatchewan has experienced alarming spikes in the number of HIV cases.

MONTANER_MEILI_How a made in BC strategy could bring an end to AIDS in Canada How a made-in-BC strategy could bring an end to AIDS in Canada
By Julio Montaner and Ryan Meili

Canadians are rightly proud of the universal coverage provided by our national health care system. Sadly, there are gaps in access with very grave consequences. In regions across the country, care and treatment is failing to reach those living with HIV.