CANAC has connections and links with many groups both nationally and internationally, working together to maintain excellence in the ever changing field of HIV/AIDS. Some of our partners include, but are not limited to, those listed below.
The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA)
CNA is the national professional voice of registered nurses in Canada. A federation of 11 provincial and territorial nursing associations and colleges representing 151,404 registered nurses, CNA advances the practice and profession of nursing to improve health outcomes and strengthen Canada’s publicly funded, not-for-profit health system.
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)
CATIE is Canada’s source for up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C. We connect 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.
Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD)
ICAD is a coalition of approximately 100 AIDS service organizations (ASOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), faith-based organizations, educational institutions and labour unions. It brings together AIDS service organizations and international development organizations to address the HIV/AIDS crisis.
NurseONE is a personalized interactive web-based resource providing nurses in reliable information t o support their nursing practice through enhancing their evidence-based decision-making process, managing their careers, and connecting with colleagues and health-care experts.
Canadian AIDS Society
Created in 1986, the Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is a national voice for
people living with HIV/AIDS and represents our members at the national
level. We are a movement built at the grassroots level and we are proud
of those roots. We are devoted to the idea of people working together
with a certain knowledge that the stakes have never been higher and the
humble notion that we can work together to dramatically change the outcomes of HIV in Canada.
Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)
CPHA is the independent voice for public health in Canada with links to the international community. CPHA is uniquely positioned to advise decision makers about public health system reform and to guide initiatives to help safeguard the personal and community health of Canadians and people around the world.
Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN)
The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) is a not-for-profit coalition of individuals and organizations which provides leadership, support and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS, regardless of where they reside.
Canadian 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.
Association of Nurses in Aids Care (ANAC)
ANAC is a leading nursing organization responding to HIV/AIDS. With a highly regarded peer-reviewed journal, 46+ local Chapters, and an Annual Conference featuring national and international speakers and educational and scientific sessions on the latest developments in HIV nursing, ANAC is meeting the needs of nurses in HIV/AIDS care, research, prevention, and policy.
Canadian Working Group on HIV Rehabilitation (CWGHR)
CWGHR is a national, charitable organization that responds to the rehabilitation needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. We bridge the traditionally separate worlds of HIV, disability and rehabilitation. Through research, education and cross-sector partnerships we are working to improve the lives of people with HIV.
Canadian Drug Policy Coalition (CDPC)
CDPC is an independent civil society network of organizations and individuals working to improve Canada’s drug policies. CDPC envisions a safe, healthy and just Canada in which drug policy and legislation as well as related institutional practice are based on evidence, human rights, social inclusion and public health.
Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC)
CTAC is Canada’s national, non-governmental organization led by and for people living with HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection, focusing on enabling access to treatment through meaningfully engaging community members, service providers, policymakers and other stakeholders to identify, develop and implement policy and program solutions.