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The Conservative Party of Canada is bad for our health!

The Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) continues to use scare tactics and NIMBY-ism (Not In My Back Yard) to campaign against life-saving, evidence-based health services for people who use drugs. Yesterday the party circulated an email and petition to their … Continue reading

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More criminalization, further marginalization: Supreme Court’s HIV non-disclosure decisions create viral underclass

This is the second in a series of blog posts about the recent Supreme Court of Canada decisions about the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure.  See the first post here, in which we wrote about the perverse, negative impacts of the … Continue reading

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Harper Government targeted at AIDS 2012

Activists angered over funding cuts and regressive government policy protest the Canada exhibit booth Monday July 23, 12 – To launch off the AIDS 2012 XIX International AIDS Conference Washington D.C., Canadian and international activists demonstrated at the Canadian exhibition … Continue reading

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AIDS Activists Demand Universal Access to Clean Needles to Mark the International Day of Remembrance of People Who Use Drugs

Banner drop raises awareness on lack of access to harm reduction programs! Calling for political action to end the global HIV/AIDS epidemic and acknowledging the International Day of Remembrance of People Who Use Drugs on July 21st, activists dropped a … Continue reading

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Concert for CAMR: A Campaign for Global Access to Meds

With another attempt at reforming CAMR set to begin in the coming months, a fundraising effort is under way. This will allow the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network and active members of civil society to continue lobbying MPs, and advocate to … Continue reading

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