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Canadian Aids Society
The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is the national voice of people living with HIV/AIDS in Canada. Representing community-based AIDS organizations across the country, the society aims to strengthen the response to HIV/AIDS in Canada and enrich the lives of people and communities living with HIV/AIDS.

The Canadian Liver Foundation‘s mandate is to promote liver health and reduce the incidence and impact of all liver disease. The foundations works through its volunteer chapters across the country to improve public awareness and understanding of liver health and liver disease, raise funds for research and reach out to liver disease patients and their families.

HIV/AIDS Legal Network
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network promotes the human rights of people living with and vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, in Canada and internationally, through research and analysis, advocacy and litigation, public education and community mobilization.

The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network provides a national forum for Aboriginal Peoples to address HIV and AIDS, Hep C, mental health, aging and related co-morbidity issues. The network promotes a Social Determinants of Health Framework through advocacy; and provides accurate and up to date resources on these issues in a culturally relevant manner for Aboriginal Peoples wherever they reside.



is Canada’s source for up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C. CATIE connects people living with HIV or hepatitis C, at-risk communities, healthcare providers and community organizations with the knowledge, resources and expertise to reduce transmission and improve quality of life.

The Homeless Hub is a web-based research library and information centre representing an innovative step forward in the use of technology to enhance knowledge mobilization and networking.

drug policy coalition
The Canadian Drug Policy Coalition is an independent civil society network of organizations and individuals working to improve Canada’s drug policies and transform our approach to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

Action Hepatitis Canada/Action Hépatites Canada
is a national coalition of organizations responding to hepatitis B and C. The coalition engages government, policy makers, and civil society across Canada to promote hepatitis B and C prevention, improve access to care and treatment, increase knowledge and innovation, create public health awareness, build health-professional capacity, and support community-based groups and initiatives.