Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week 2016

Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week 2016 December 1-6, 2016: Regional Event Descriptions  SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:        Thurs, December 1, 2016             Ottawa, ON Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week 2016 Launch Event On December 1st, on World AIDS Day, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) will launch the 2016 Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week (AAAW) alongside […]

Indigenous Voices on HIV – Petition

You can help save Indigenous services needed to fight HIV and AIDS in Canada The impact of the Public Health Agency of Canada’s decision to severely reduce funding for the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network decimates the leading voice of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples living with HIV or AIDS and will have far-reaching consequences […]

Promising Practices Video

Promising Practices In Indigenous Communities In Saskatchewan Documentary From the original Soundtrack Jason Lawrence – ‘No Shame’ Feat: Sons Of Granville, Ariel Barnes and Chris Couto Save Save Save

Recruitment – Aboriginal People living with HIV & AIDS Leadership Standing Committee

OPEN CALL – 2016 Recruitment open until October, 31, 2016 Aboriginal People living with HIV & AIDS Leadership Standing Committee CAAN ALSC USE YOUR VOICE! Are you an Aboriginal person living with HIV & AIDS and a member of CAAN? Would you like to make a difference in our community? Are you knowledgeable about HIV […]

Sharing Our Wisdom: A Gender Diverse Project with a Focus on Trans. Vancouver

Sharing Circle Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network Sharing Our Wisdom: A Gender Diverse Project with a Focus on Trans WE NEED YOUR INPUT!!!!! The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) will be conducting a Sharing Circle in Vancouver October 19 2016 at Vancouver Native Health Society at 455 Hastings St E from 10am to 4pm This focus […]

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  • CAAN Family Matters Programmatic Scan Survey

    CAAN Family Matters Programmatic Scan Survey

    We are conducting a study to learn more about how HIV and AIDS impact Aboriginal families who are affected and what this means in terms of providing appropriate supports and services. We also want to identify important features and provide Aboriginal-specific recommended solutions toward the development of programmatic intervention models that address and support all […]

  • CAAN’s Strategy Project Ancillary Event at CAHR 2014

    CAAN’s Strategy Project Ancillary Event at CAHR 2014

    This session will promote the Refining the Research Response: , initiate dialogue through an interactive presentation, and connect our target audiences including Aboriginal People Living with HIV/AIDS (APHA) along with community, health service workers and researchers alike to inform a plan to get to zero in Aboriginal communities throughout Canada. Furthermore, our CAHR session will […]

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