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Read the OAN 2021/22 Annual Report 

Following the OAN’s Annual Meeting, we’re pleased to share our annual report summarizing OAN and GMSH activities, outputs, and financials for the 2021/22 fiscal year. In this report, you’ll find a report-back from the co-chairs of the OAN’s Board of Directors, a summary of our financials and funders, and updates about our Skills, PLID, Advocacy, and OPRAH programming. 

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ontarioaidsnetwork.ca

Welcome to the OAN's new digital home! We're saying goodbye to our old website, and hello to www.ontarioaidsnetwork.ca! This reimagined online space is custom built to support our members, partners, and collaborators to keep up to date on OAN programming and engage with our social justice and advocacy work. This is the place to search for tools and resources in our library, listen to podcasts, get the latest OAN and sector news and more. Go ahead and scroll down and click around to get used to our new online space!

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National Advocates CBO Consensus Statement

The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, P.C., M.P. Minister of HealthHealth Canada Sent via email: hcminister.ministresc@canada.cajean-yves.duclos@parl.gc.ca Re: National Consensus Statement signed by the National Advocates group and Canada’s Community-based and human rights agencies.  Honourable Minister Duclos: Canada’s goal to end HIV as a public health threat in this country by 2030 can be achieved.  On December 1st, 2021, World AIDS Day, the Government of Canada proudly announced it would host the world at the 24th International AIDS Conference in Montréal, happening July 29 to August 2, 2022.  Prior to this conference, we, the undersigned agencies, strongly urge the Government of Canada to announce an

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Campaign Launch: HIVFunding.ca  

Flatlined federal funding for HIV/AIDS is destabilizing community-based organizations and making it harder for people living with HIV across Canada to get support.   About this Event  Join us on June 23, from 1 to 2 p.m. EDT, to learn more about the status of federal HIV funding in Canada, and to find out what you can do to help. At this event, we’ll be launching a social media campaign (HIVfunding.ca) urging the federal government to make good on its promise to increase federal HIV/AIDS spending to $100 million annually. Register: https://bit.ly/3MSmBd7 During this session, you’ll hear from activists, people living

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Provincial HIV Groups Applaud Ontario Parties Promising
Drug Coverage for HIV Treatment and Prevention
Medications

Led by the HIV/AIDS Medication Access Working Group, comprised of community members and HIV-focused organizations in Ontario, the undersigned community-based organizations supporting people living with or at risk of HIV applaud the commitment of Ontario political parties who, if elected, have committed to ensure no out-of-pocket costs are incurred by people accessing antiretroviral medications to treat or prevent HIV. We ask: Where do the other Parties stand on this issue? Ontario AIDS service organizations are looking to all Parties to support access to HIV medications as good medicine and an effective public health measure for all Ontarians living with or

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HARS is now Trellis HIV & Community Care

Effective April 4, 2022, HARS (HIV/AIDS Regional Services) will be known as Trellis HIV & Community Care.  As the HIV/AIDS pandemic has evolved, so has the work of the organization.  Since 1988, the organization has been addressing the Social Determinants of Health by providing practical supports, drop-in services, facilitating access to testing and primary health care for communities who are often marginalized and stigmatized. These include People Living with HIV, the 2SLGBTQ+ community, people experiencing poverty and homelessness, and people who use substances.  Providing support while confronting stigma is at the core of what the organization strives to do. This new name

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Ontario Accord

Within the North American context, GIPA principles have often been considered as only applying to persons living with HIV/AIDS. We affirm that GIPA concerns all who live with, work in, and are affected by, HIV/AIDS. Another way of stating this is that GIPA engages people with HIV/AIDS and their allies in a culture of inclusivity intended to foster an expanding and inclusive approach that embraces HIV Positive individuals in all their diversity and circumstances and includes those affected by HIV/AIDS and all allies. In naming this accord, “The Ontario Accord” we acknowledge the foundational work that continues to inspire us

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Community Calendar

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Calendar

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Community Events

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