CANFAR Publishes Findings from its 2019 National Youth Survey June 22, 2021 Currently, there is
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 decades, CANFAR has invested more than $22 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.
The latest updates on HIV and COVID-19
With the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, there is a lot of uncertainty around the implications for those living with HIV. For the latest HIV and COVID-19 information, please refer to resources from the International AIDS Society.
Our Latest News
We are delighted to announce table sales are officially open for the 25th Anniversary of Bloor Street
A sincere thank you to our long-time CANFAR family member, Dr. Darrell Tan, for joining
In a recent piece on XTRA, author Kevin Hurren breaks down the facts on HIV self-testing