• Work Life Balance

    So it has been reported by CMHA that fifty-eight percent of Canadians report “overload” associated with their many roles that they take on. It isn’t that surprising to read this, what with financial burdens, family […]

  • Workplace Health & Safety

    Is workplace Health and Safety being taken as seriously as it should be? I think everyone is concerned about it to some degree, and it definitely varies depending on the type of work being done […]

  • My Experience Growing Up HIV Positive

    HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is simply a virus that attempts to take over the immune system, and in doing so, if left untreated can lead to AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), an umbrella term used […]

  • AIDS Committee of York Region Announces Rainbow Space Program

    ACYR Announces “Rainbow Space” Program for York Region’s 2SLGBT+ Community Members Rainbow Space is the new name of agency’s My House program following a rebranding process RICHMOND HILL, ON: AIDS Committee of York Region (ACYR) […]

  • HIV diagnosis and linkage to care is key for reducing transmission rates transmission rates

    U.S. study finds that HIV is most likely to be transmitted when a person is undiagnosed 80% of transmissions originate in those who are undiagnosed or not receiving HIV care The research highlights the need […]

  • Hepatitis C elimination in Canada: Five approaches to make it

    By Christopher Hoy  Canada is one of 194 countries that have signed on to the World Health Organization’s Global Health Sector Strategy on Viral Hepatitis, committing to eliminate hepatitis C as a public health threat […]

  • Being Awareness

    June is Brain Injury Awareness month, a time to recognize and understand, or try to understand, what is called the invisible disability. I could go on about what ‘Awareness’ means, but I think most of […]

  • A Delicious Way to do Fundraising

    It is a bit difficult for me to believe that May 1st is upon us, how did we get to this time of year so quickly? I think even maybe Mother Nature is a little […]

  • Acknowledging Volunteers & National Volunteer Week

    It is National Volunteer week April 7th to the 13th of 2019. What does that really mean and how important is it? Well, the week kind of celebrates and brings about the awareness of folks […]

  • Allies, Safety and Consent

    I was really struggling this month to come up with a “sexy” topic to write. I did some research on eroticising safety and consent, and was daunted by the complexity of this issue for women […]