CTAC is Canada’s national, non-governmental organization led by and for people living with HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection, focusing on enabling access to treatment. In operation since 1996, CTAC has recently completed an organizational renewal process to ensure we meet our organizational goals to meaningfully engage community members, service providers, policymakers and other relevant stakeholders to identify, develop and implement policy and program solutions.
CTAC understands that treatment access should be considered in its’ holistic form, encompassing the range of treatment, care and support needs required to reach the most successful treatment experience possible for people living with HIV or those co-infected with viral hepatitis.
Treatment Access News
The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is seeking nominations for a company to receive the 2014 CAS Leadership Award (Corporate Category). The winner of the award will be announced at the CAS Annual World AIDS Day Gala to be held Monday, December 1, 2014 in Ottawa.read more
Guest Allison Carter reports that the largest study by, with, and for women living with HIV in Canada marked its first anniversary this month, on October 1, 2014.read more
As slogans anticipating an end to the AIDS epidemic gain popularity, skeptics worry that such promises are hollow and unrealistically ambitious, and that failure to deliver will ultimately set back efforts to combat HIV.read more
The Canadian AIDS Society invites Self-Identified Gay Men Aged 15 - 29 to participate in a Focus Group.read more
“In the age of using antiretrovirals to prevent HIV transmission, some gay men have started to believe that condoms don't matter at all, even for sexually transmitted infections."read more
Where Do We Go From Here?: AIDS organizing, services, bureaucracy and the state.read more