In the current political and health climate, we are starkly reminded of HIV as an enduring pandemic and an unresolved public health crisis. Canada must stay on track with a strong HIV response or risk decades of progress. Read more
- February 28, 2024 – MEDIA RELEASE: TODAY MARKS INTERNATIONAL HIV IS NOT A CRIME AWARENESS DAY. PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV IN CANADA DESERVE BETTER.
- January 26, 2024 – National Organizations Deeply Concerned with Saskatchewan’s Health Policy Shift
- December 14, 2023 – More than 130 experts in substance use call on Federal Government to continue to support and scale-up Safer Supply Programs
- January 26, 2024 – Open Letter to Saskatchewan government Re: Health Policy Changes
- January 15, 2024 – Not a Crime – Special Episode
- December 13, 2023 – Letter – More than 130 experts in substance use call on Federal Government to continue to support and scale-up Safer Supply Programs
Legal Network Land Acknowledgement
The HIV Legal Network works on the land now called Canada, which is located on treaty lands, stolen lands, and unceded territories of Indigenous groups and communities who have respected and cared for this land since time immemorial. We work to address the ongoing injustices and resulting health inequities faced by Indigenous Peoples that contribute to the disproportionate impact of the HIV epidemic on Indigenous communities. We are committed to learning to work in solidarity and to dismantling and decolonizing practices and institutions to respect Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous ways of knowing and being.