CEO Reflections

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) hosted in Toronto was highly successful with members enjoying the networking, reviewing annual reports and participating in workshops and cultural events. There are 18 resolutions being worked on as we move forward for this year. A special thanks to our Board of Directors for their guidance and support throughout the […]

CAAN Projects and Communications Update

By Merv Thomas, Director National Programs/Communications This has been an exciting summer for CAAN with many activities and events occurring and the beginning of implementation of the agencies expanded mandate. Wholistic Model through the lens of HIV Early this fiscal year, CAAN staff and steering committee members began the discussions of what the wholistic model […]

Hepatitis C Awareness Campaign, May 1-30, 2014

During the month of May, in partnership with Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada and the BC Centre for Disease control, the National Hepatitis C Awareness campaign was held. The launch on May 1st, 2014 was held at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre. Hepatitis C is a major concern amongst Aboriginal people in Canada. Poor health, […]

Research Snapshot of AIDS 2014

By Renée Masching, Director of Research & Policy “If you wish to understand a man, know the world in which he lives” ~ Rawiri Evans’ (Maori) PowerPoint, International Indigenous Peoples’ Pre-Conference on HIV & AIDS It took a long time to get to Australia – lots of grant writing to find the funding, preparing presentations […]

(604) 266-7616
Vancouver, BC V6N 2C7