Welcome to our new
Executive Director,
Shannon Ryan!

The Board of Directors of the Ontario AIDS Network (OAN) is pleased to announce the appointment of Shannon Thomas Ryan as the organization’s Executive Director. He succeeds Wendy Pinder who has been Acting Executive Director since March 2018.




“It’s very, very clear that the risk is zero. If you are on suppressive antiretroviral treatment, you are sexually non-infectious.”

– Dr Alison Rodger

lead author of PARTNER 2, presenting at the 22nd International AIDS
Conference (AIDS 2018) in Amsterdam, July 25, 2018.

OAN News

Office Closure: Moving Day!

Office Closure: Moving Day!

The OAN will be closed from April 26 - May 1st while we set-up and acclimate to our bright new space! During this time, we should have access to email, but there will definitely be a period of time without any telephone or internet access while the cables and...

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Gay Acting

Gay Acting

The GMSH is looking for actors for two video vignettes they are producing to educate Ontarians about U=U. Hurry! The auditions are Monday and Tuesday of next week! Click here for more details. CATIE is on the lookout for "magnetic couples" (those who are...

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Have a KIKI!

Have a KIKI!

The Kiki is a bi-weekly, 10 session workshop and drop-in space for guys into guys who PNP (Party N’ Play) or like chemsex hosted by ACT in Toronto. The Kiki aims to provide harm reduction knowledge for the PNP community, while providing participants with a shame &...

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For over 20 years, the OAN has evolved and grown to a membership of 32 agencies and 7 affiliates, creating one of the strongest health movements in Ontario.

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African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario