One in ten Canadians living with HIV do not know their status. Twenty-one Canadians die
Welcome to CANFAR
The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) was founded in 1987 and aims to end Canada’s HIV epidemic by leading national strategies to increase prevention, testing, treatment and linkage to care, and to end HIV stigma.
Over the past three and a half decades, CANFAR has invested more than $24 million in close to 500 grants to HIV/AIDS research projects that have led to tremendous breakthroughs in HIV prevention, testing, access to treatment, stigma, and the search for a cure. In addition, CANFAR annually reaches thousands of Canadian youth and educators through its national youth HIV awareness programs.
Our Latest News
Event gallery: Legacy 2.0 Ottawa visits the General Idea Exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada
CANFAR’s Legacy 2.0 has returned to Ottawa! Members from our nation’s capital and the wider
The 24th International AIDS Conference, AIDS 2022, hosted at the Palais des Congrès in Montréal,
On September 15, 2022, Tiffany & Co. graciously hosted an incredible soirée at the brand’s
CANFAR announces headline entertainment for Bloor Street Entertains Official After Party, including Canadian drag legend Brooke Lynn Hytes
BSE Official After Party kicks off at 9:30pm on the eve of World AIDS Day
LET’S END HIV IN CANADA ONCE AND FOR ALL CANFAR announces 26th edition of annual