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COVID-19 Update


COVID-19 Vaccines - Some Facts
COVID-19 Vaccines - Common Worries

Mass Immunization Clinics for adults 45+:

Find out the City-Operated Immunization Clinics near you:
City of Toronto’s Vaccine Webpage:
Vaccinations are underway at City immunization clinics for residents 60 years of age and older, and 45 years of age and older living in hotspots. Toronto residents 40 years of age and older can book at pharmacies. Opens in new window Learn about mobile vaccine clinics for those 18 years of age and older and eligibility for all age groups

Fact Sheet Poster for agencies and community groups to share digitally or hard print:

COVID-19 Testing 
Mental Health Resources:
Toronto HIV/AIDS Network Launches Virtual Spring Edition  - HIV Core Volunteer Training Program.  Starting Thursday May 13th with Concepts in Communication. For more information please contact your agency's Volunteer Engagement Coordinator or   

Community News & Information 

  announce the release of the last two fact sheets of the 2018-19 OCHART Snapshot series of 2018-19 fact sheets from the Ontario Community HIV and AIDS Reporting Tool (OCHART): Ontario’s Linkage to HIV Care, and Ontario’s HIV Support Services.   Version française.
 New Pathway to Permanent Residency for Essential Temporary Workers and International Graduates
 In the fall 2020 in response to Member’s Motion 11.14, the City of Toronto engaged LGBTQ2S+ communities to obtain input and feedback on the City's policies governing the use of community spaces in City facilities, to prevent discrimination while creating more inclusive spaces. 
Requesting that you share the webpage and report with your networks and provide feedback to us at
  • Does the report address the community's concerns?  
  • Do you believe the recommendations outlined will support more inclusive spaces? 
We will be sharing your feedback with the LGBTQ2S+ Advisory Committee which will help to inform their recommendations to City Council on how we can build a more inclusive City for LGBTQ2S+ communities.
We will be collecting feedback until May 21, 2021.
Please contact if you have any

Community Events

Opportunities for Engagement

Annual General Meeting


Is seeking Francophone Education and Training Specialist and an Education and Training Specialist – LGBT2SQ Health :Application Deadline: Friday May 7, 2021
Is seeking a MSM Outreach Coordinator. Application Deadline: Monday May 24, 2021

Volunteer & Board Opportunities

CAHR is seeking applications for the position of Trainee Representative on the Board of Directors for a one-year term.  The deadline for applications is June 1st, 2021.  For more information, please visit:
Would you like to LEAD the growth and development of an organization focused on supporting people living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS? 
Are you interested in FUNDRAISING to address HIV/AIDS in our community?
If you do, Black CAP would like you to consider joining its Board of Directors.
For More information and to apply

Surveys & Studies

People living with HIV Wanted for Cannabis Study

York University researchers are seeking research participants to help test a smartphone-based method for assessing cannabis use, and associated health outcomes, among people living with HIV.

THN's (ASOs) Calendar of  Upcoming Events
Monthly recurring ASOs programming is available on the calendar of events

The Calendar of Events will reflect current events as Agencies make changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic

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