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News and Updates from the Ontario AIDS Network as well as our Members and Affiliates

Develop your research and leadership skills!

Develop your research and leadership skills!

We are a community-based team of people living with HIV who are working on a project related to GIPA/MEPA – the Greater Involvement and Meaningful Engagement of People living with HIV/AIDS. We are looking for 2-4 young advocates living with HIV, to join our team...

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A 2021 Update from PLDI

A 2021 Update from PLDI

After 15 years of successful in-person training, COVID-19 forced the PLDI alliance to get creative. In March 2020, Ontario was in a state of emergency, and everyone was ordered home and there were to be no face-to-face meetings or gatherings of any...

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OAN Skills+ is Back!

OAN Skills+ is Back!

Our first OAN Skills+ session of 2021 is almost here! This virtual session is about Latinx communities and HIV, and takes specific focus on the outcomes of the Latin gbtMSM/PHA Community Service Planning Project report. Date: June 30, 2021Time: 11:00 am...

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June is National Indigenous History Month

June is National Indigenous History Month

Each year, throughout June, we observe National Indigenous History Month in recognition of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples across this land. This is a time for everyone to learn more about the unique histories, achievements, and cultures of Indigenous Peoples....

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Without Truth There Can Be No Reconciliation

Without Truth There Can Be No Reconciliation

Today we acknowledge the grief, pain and trauma of First Nation, Métis, and Inuit people and communities, following release of preliminary grounds-survey findings locating unrecovered remains of children at a former Residential School in Kamloops. We stand 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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The OAN Outpost is distributed to our email list of OAN Member and Affiliate agencies, Board members and friends of the OAN.

The Newsletter contains actionable items and events that offer an opportunity for our readers to engage with other organizations and initiatives.

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