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HARS is now Trellis HIV & Community Care

HARS is now Trellis HIV & Community Care

Effective April 4, 2022, HARS (HIV/AIDS Regional Services) will be known as Trellis HIV & Community Care.  As the HIV/AIDS pandemic has evolved, so has the work of the organization.  Since 1988, the organization has been addressing the Social Determinants of...

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UPDATE: RENEWAL OF THE ONTARIO ACCORD

UPDATE: RENEWAL OF THE ONTARIO ACCORD

Over the past few months, the OAN's Advisory Committee of People Living with HIV/AIDS have led a process that ensured that diverse voices from every corner of the province have been involved in helping us create the next iteration of the Ontario Accord and Living and...

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PLDI Online Governance Training Applications now open!

PLDI Online Governance Training Applications now open!

Applications are now open for the PLDI Online Training on Governance: Find out how your voice can make a difference This governance training mixes instructor-driven sessions through Zoom and self-paced/directed learning sessions offered through the Brightspace...

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Virtual Launch, Because She Cares (BSC) Spoken Word Films

Virtual Launch, Because She Cares (BSC) Spoken Word Films

To commemorate Love Positive Women and Black History Month, the BSC collective will be hosting a virtual launch of the Because She Cares films. "Because She Cares" is a spoken word film series that documents the experiences of African women living with HIV employed in...

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Office Closure

In the interest of maintaining the health and wellness of our staff team, the OAN office will be closed effective March 17, 2020.

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