OAN Office Closure Effective March 17, 2020

In the interest of maintaining the health and wellness of our staff team, the OAN office will be closed effective March 17, 2020. We believe it’s in the best interest of the team that we all work from home until further notice.

Please note that our work will largely continue as usual and our staff will have access to email and voicemail – so please feel free to touch base. Please watch for updates on our website (oan.red) or on social media (facebook.com/OntarioAIDSNetwork) as we continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19. 

We wish you health and wellness over the coming weeks.

 Thank you,

Shannon Thomas Ryan
Executive Director

Finally! A PrEP Resource for Black Gay Men in Toronto!

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Hello Toronto! Welcome to PrEP Squad TO, a new online, social media, and print resource developed by the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) with funding support from the Engage Intervention Fund. The resource aims to increase pre-exposure prophylaxis...

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This fall, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) will launch concurrent open and competitive solicitations for time-limited project funding under the HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund (CAF) and the Harm Reduction Fund (HRF). To support the review of the...

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Thank You!

Thank You!

The OAN Board and staff would like to thank those who attended our 2019/20 Annual Meeting and meeting of delegates living with HIV. Both were a tremendous success with approximately 83 attendees! Membership collective efforts yielded this great outcome. This...

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HIV Conference for Youth: NoTimeToWait 2020

HIV Conference for Youth: NoTimeToWait 2020

Are you a young person living with, at risk of, or affected by HIV/AIDS?  LetsStopAIDS' is hosting a conference for you! The Youth-HIV Virtual Leadership Conference is designed to educate young people about the intersecting nature of HIV, social justice, and the...

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We're happy to be sharing a great resource: "A Reflection of Sex Work and Harm Reduction Discourse" developed by Stella in Montreal, Butterfly Asian, and the Migrant Sex Worker Support Network. This very helpful resource includes tools useful in workshop facilitation...

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