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6th International Indigenous Pre-conference on HIV and AIDS

Weaving together the stories of Indigeneity and HIV in Southern Africa – reclaiming Indigenous voices. 6th International Indigenous Pre-conference on HIV and AIDS July 16 – 17, 2016 Protea Hotel Umhlanga Ridge Durban, South Africa +27 (31) 582 6000 For more information or to register visit:  www.aids2016community.org/category/iiwgha Contact us: indigenoushiv@gmail.com  

SAVE THE DATE – 18th Annual General Meeting

SAVE THE DATE 18th Annual General Meeting June 13 – 17, 2016 Hotel Omni Mont-Royal 1050 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal Quebec DEADLINES Friday, April 15 Deadline for submission for Abstract/Scholarship applications Thursday, April 28 Deadline for Early-bird Registration Friday, May 13 Deadline for Awards Nominations Wednesday, May 18 Abstracts/Scholarship recipients to be contacted Friday, May […]

May is National Aboriginal Hepatitis C Awareness Month

go to the National Aboriginal Hepatitis C Awareness Campaign page for more national events locations, dates and info

FOCUS GROUP – Sharing Our Wisdom: A Gender Diverse Project with a focus on Trans.

FOCUS GROUP Sharing Our Wisdom: A Gender Diverse Project with a focus on Trans. WE REQUIRE YOUR INPUT!!!!! The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network will be conducting a focus group in Winnipeg May 12th 2016 at the Delta Winnipeg Hotel from 1pm to 4pm in the St. James Room. This focus group is open to the […]

International Women’s Day – March 8th

CELEBRATING FAMILIES International Womens Day March 8th “We are healthy, society tells us we’re sick. Labels, label me healthy!”

Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week

Cultural Safety and Service Providers – Come Celebrate Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week With Us Date: Wednesday February 10th 2016 Time: 7pm to 9pm Location: Toronto Birth Centre, 525 Dundas Street East. Wheelchair accessible Free event, open to everyone, snacks, interactive activities and door prizes will be given out

  • Spring 2016 Newsletter

  • What is Hepatitis C? (Brochure)

    What is Hepatitis C? (Brochure)

    What is Hepatitis C? Hepatitis C is a chronic liver disease caused by the Hepatitis C virus (HCV).  An estimated 250,000 people in Canada are infected and between 3,200 and 5,000 are newly infected each year. Why is Hepatitis C a health concern? For many, chronic Hepatitis C can show no symptoms for years, but […]

  • Communications Director's Report

    Communications Director’s Report

    Tansi Everybody, This is a brief update on our activities since our last newsletter.  As we release this Spring newsletter we are reminded that most of the country is still experiencing winter weather. The end of the fiscal year-end is upon us and we are preparing our annual year-end reports to funders.  This has been […]

  • National Indigenous Youth Council on Sexual Health and HIV (NIYCSHA)

    National Indigenous Youth Council on Sexual Health and HIV (NIYCSHA)

    The National Indigenous Youth Council on Sexual Health and HIV (NIYCSHA) recently changed its name to include sexual health in our name to reflect our new framework of a holistic approach. Holistic care as defined by the National Indigenous Youth Council on Sexual Health and HIV (NIYSCHA) means and includes: mental health, healthy relationships, sexual […]

  • The International Indigenous Working Group on HIV & AIDS Global Report: Indigenous Peoples and HIV

    The International Indigenous Working Group on HIV & AIDS Global Report: Indigenous Peoples and HIV

    Written by: Trevor Stratton IIWGHA Coordinator 2015 was an epic year for the world’s HIV response with the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2016-2021 UNAIDS Strategy. Look out world! It looks like the line up of important global events for 2016 will also be momentous. But are we making a difference for […]

  • Community Readiness Model National Train-The-Trainer Session

    Community Readiness Model National Train-The-Trainer Session

    On February 2nd and 3rd, 2016, CAAN sponsored a two-day Community Readiness Model (CRM) National Train-The-Trainer workshop at the Calgary Marriott Downtown Hotel.  The workshop brought together participants and organizations from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia. Oganizations who took part in the training included:  Prince Albert Metis Women’s Association, Saskatoon Indian & Metis Friendship […]

  • Aboriginal Women and Leadership

    Aboriginal Women and Leadership

    I have been involved with CAAN for many years; my roles have changed over those years.  First as the Atlantic Representative on the Board of Directors, I held that position for many years, learning and respecting all the hard work of our National Organization.  At that time I was the Executive Director of Healing Our […]

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  • Fall 2015 Newsletter

  • Update from the CEO’s Office

    Update from the CEO’s Office

    Submitted by Ken Clement Following a hectic schedule of summer events that included a highly successful AGM, Wise Practices and the International AIDS Conference I want to thank the Board and Staff for your dedication and hard work which made the events a memorable one.  Congratulations to the Directors who will continue to provide strong […]

  • National Programs and   Communications Update

    National Programs and  Communications Update

      By Merv Thomas This has been an exciting summer and with fall in the air, with children back in school and daycare, time seems to have once again sped up as we prepare for Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week in December. This past summer saw an incredible amount of work with numerous conferences and gatherings […]

  • Only Rights will fix the Wrongs: Reflections on the Summer of 2015 

    Only Rights will fix the Wrongs: Reflections on the Summer of 2015 

    By Renée Masching, Director of Research & Policy I have to thank a colleague for including the expression “only RIGHTS will fix the Wrongs” in their email tag line. Such a simple and clear message that resonates with the work and specifically the research that we are engaged in at CAAN. Looking back over our […]

  • Doris

    Doris Peltier – (Outgoing) Aboriginal Women & Leadership Coordinator

      Greetings as we welcome in autumn on the 23rd of September.  Once again, I am pleased to provide this summary report on key activities within Women’s Leadership; I have strived to make this report as concise as possible, and will only touch on the main points of each activity. Visioning Health II: I begin […]

  • Big shoes to fill…

    Big shoes to fill…

    By Monique Fong National Aboriginal Women’s Leadership Project Tansi/greetings my name is Monique Fong, currently I am the Acting Women’s Leadership Coordinator.   I have been involved with this project since the beginning.  Years ago, another important Women’s advocate (the late Jocelyn Paul) and I spoke about having a project with CAAN that could speak […]

  • Wise Practices V, CAAN 17th AGM

    Wise Practices V, CAAN 17th AGM

    Patrick Brownlee – Executive Research Assistant Wise Practices V was held in Vancouver, BC this past July on the beautiful unceded territory of the Coast Salish people. After months of planning everyone arrived in Vancouver for the CAAN Skills Building, AGM, and Wise Practices V gathering. The week was filled from start to finish with […]

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  • Announcements

  • 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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