Tag: World AIDS Day

Northern Health is marking World AIDS Day 2015 by building on successes to stop HIV transmission in the North.  The plan will build on our current understanding about HIV transmission and treatment, while broadening the reach and impact of community services. The plan will also build on the foundations of the award winning Prince George… Read more »

REL8 Okanagan World AIDS Day announcement

Kelowna, BC (December 1st, 2015) – Today REL8 Okanagan HIV Positive Social Group stands in silence as thirty-nine million red ribbons fall to the earth from a crimson sky. One for each person who has died of AIDS to date. Many of you were activists and pioneers, you were all certainly innocent victims. We honour… Read more »

World AIDS Day Message from Oak Tree Clinic

Please share this message from the Oak Tree Clinic through your networks!   December 1 is World AIDS Day! This is an opportunity to for us to raise awareness about HIV. This year, let’s Think Positive: Rethink HIV and challenge people to overcome outdated stereotypes and to embrace people living with HIV. BC Women’s Oak Tree Clinic… Read more »

World AIDS Day and AIDS Awareness Week Events 2014

PAN has been busy collecting details on World AIDS Day AIDS Awareness Week Events happening around the Province. We are very proud of the community response happening in every region around the province and encourage you to read about the events and share them with your communities. PAN will also be sending this list to… Read more »

Victoria: As a part of Global AIDS Awareness Week and national Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week, AIDS Vancouver Island (AVI) and the Vancouver Island Persons Living with HIV/AIDS Society (VPWAS) are again teaming up with the Greater Victoria Public Library and The Belfry Theatre to bring innovative awareness-raising project to communities in the lower island region… Read more »

World AIDS Day felt in Kamloops

Times have changed for people who live with HIV. Science has advanced, medications are better, people seem better informed, but some things stay the same. Like stereotypes and discrimination. On November 29 Charlotte Daniels, Red Road board member and PLDI graduate, spoke with CBC Kamloops about how she planned to mark World AIDS Day. Listen… Read more »

In this Issue: Cold Weather Outreach in Courtenay Offers Warmth during the Winter Months Profile: New Staff at AVI AVI Educators on What They Love Most About Their Jobs New Rosters of Board Members Announced World AIDS Day Events   Cold Weather Outreach in Courtenay Offers Warmth during the Winter Months By: Sarah Sullivan Manager,… Read more »