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An Injection of Reason
The Supreme Court found that safe injection sites save lives — yet the federal government is trying to make them harder to establish. Submitted to the parliamentary committee studying Bill C-2, this joint Q&A exhorts the government to hear reason and respect its highest court.

New Resources: Criminalization of HIV non-disclosure
Access our new suite of multimedia resources on the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure — an updated set of info sheets, two short videos breaking down the current problematic state of the criminal law in Canada, and a webinar series explaining an individual’s rights and responsibilities with respect to HIV disclosure.

Canada’s Sex Work Shame
On October 6, the House of Commons passed Bill C-36, which would largely replicate the constitutional violations overturned by the Supreme Court in 2012. As we argued before a parliamentary committee, Bill C-36 will perpetuate harm against the health and human rights of sex workers in Canada. Learn more about the dangers of Bill C-36 by reading this Q&A (includes Oct. 2014 update).

More Know Your Rights
Disclosure as a patient, privacy in health records, disclosure in daycare, and privacy as a parent — read the latest installments in our 8-piece series addressing the privacy rights and disclosure obligations of people living with HIV in a variety of day-to-day contexts.

News Releases

August 1, 2014 — In Memoriam: Elisse Zack

July 18, 2014 — In Memoriam: Passengers of MH17

June 25, 2014 — The Whole (Legal) Truth: Bill C-36 Will Have Far-Reaching Implications for Canadian Communities
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