What is U=U

Early initiation of antiretroviral therapy (ART) improves overall health and prevents sexual transmission of HIV. The goal [...]

Did you know ?

In Canada, the viral load considered as ‘undetectable’ (40 copies/mL) is much lower compared to the CDC […]

Undetectible is Untransmittable

U=U is short for  “Undetectable is Untransmittable”, a slogan first used by the Prevention Access Campaign to [...]

Myth vs Fact – Harm Reduction Infographic Resources

Our Harm Reduction workers Anya and Marijo recently had the opportunity to work with a group of [...]

Stop Ignoring Black Drug Policy Reformers (Filter Mag)

Last year, Filter Magazine published an article about the lack of Black representation in the Drug Policy [...]

Black Harm Reduction Today

A recent paper entitled “We know the streets:” race, place, and the politics of harm reduction" found: [...]

It Takes Courage

It Takes Courage is an initiative of ACCHO (African Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario) that launched [...]

BlackCAP on Black Harm Reduction

The Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (BlackCAP) is a Toronto-based AIDS Service Organization serving Black communities and [...]

The increased risk of HIV for people experiencing incarceration

Black people are over represented in prison populations in Canada in part due to drug prohibition laws [...]

Ontario Human Rights Commission: Black people bear a disproportionate burden of law enforcement

The outcome of drug prohibition and criminalization has disproportionately impacted Black communities in Canada. A recent Ontario [...]