Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the below web browsers.
Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.
Check out our exciting new selection of Workshops and Presentations!
Our new Treatment Cascade project explores what affects engagement with healthcare services by people living with HIV.
Check out our new CTAC Talks video, looking at PrEP access in Canada.
Be sure to check out CTAC’s new resource for Pakistani newcomers living with hepatitis C, available online and in print in English and Urdu.
Truvada is Approved for HIV Treatment and Prevention. Follow the Regulatory Pathway for Truvada as PrEP with CTAC.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV, or PrEP, involves the use of antiretroviral medications by an HIV-negative person to prevent possible infection with HIV when exposed to the virus.
It's finally here! Take a look at CTAC's new publication: a Service Provider Guide for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis. Available in digital and print versions.
CTAC has released a brand new Treatment Access Resource for Newcomers to Canada from endemic countries living with HIV.
CTAC has released a policy position paper on ACCESS TO HEPATITIS C TREATMENT in Federal Institutions! Now available in digital and print formats!!
Check out our 4 new CTAC Talks! videos, which look at HIV PrEP; hepatitis C treatment in Canada; Undetectable equals Untransmittable (#UequalsU); and international health targets for HIV and hepatitis C.
Award honours HIV advocates in Canada
CTAC Proudly Welcomes Two New Board Members, One Incumbent Re-elected
Awards honours HIV advocates in Canada
From July 19
th to the 22 nd, 2015, CTAC joined almost 6,0000 delegates from across the globe in Vancouver, British Columbia for the largest scientific conference on HIV/AIDS. read more
On July 17
th and 18 th, 2015 CTAC joined attendees in Vancouver, British Columbia at the 2 nd International HIV/Viral Hepatitis Co-infection Meeting. The medical and scientific research communities were well-represented, as were treatment advocates and others from the community-based and NGO sectors... read more
CTAC would like to acknowledge the traditional territories of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit People, on which we are honoured to work, live, learn and play.