CANAC joins other organizations to raise questions about the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement and its impact on access to medicines.
CANAC joins the international campaign Support. Don’t Punish.
CANAC publishes the result of a pilot project on HIV core competencies.
CANAC participates in a joint submission to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights regarding human rights and drug policy.
The work of CANAC is featured in the Canadian Nurse.
CANAC testifies at the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.
CANAC submits brief on Bill C-2 to the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.
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The Coalition of Nurses and Nursing Students for Supervised Injections Services is launched.
CANAC joins the Canadian UNGASS Working Group (UNGASS stands for United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs).
CANAC submits brief on Bill C-2 to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security.