HIV

Ryan Lewis is in Vancouver for the world HIV-AIDS conference

Musician Ryan Lewis speaks out at global HIV-AIDS conference here

More than 6,000 scientists, community organizers and public health experts have descended on Vancouver.

Stealing medicine from the sick and the poor

If the Canadian government has its way, life saving medication may be soon out of reach for the poorest of the world's citizens. Since 2010, Stephen Harper's government has been quietly negotiating...

Ebola debacle the latest in a series of crises ignored by developed countries

Talk of Ebola is now ubiquitous. Preparations – or lack thereof – for the coming storm are being discussed in every major news media outlet in North America and around the world. Morally marginal...

Vancouver researcher examines health of HIV-exposed but uninfected infants

One Vancouver based researcher is examining some of the most at-risk people on the planet, hoping his research can play a significant part in studying and treating HIV in our community.

Volunteers get their wrap on to help families living with HIV/AIDS at A Loving Spoonful

Local charity will be wrapping up a storm, raising money to help feed individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.

Crack pipes delivered to addicts

As Downtown Eastside residents await the arrival of clean crack pipes at Insite, workers from the PHS Vancouver Mobile Needle Exchange deliver tens of thousands of clean crack pipes to drug users in...

HIV killer says he was convicted of murder because the jury was racist

HAMILTON, Ont. -- A man convicted of killing two women by infecting them with HIV does not accept that he was responsible for their deaths and believes he was only found guilty because the jury was...

Harper's $139-million HIV project was doomed: Report

Pilot manufacturing plant was never built, "red tape and turf wars" sank project

Shooting Stars Foundation's Jazzilla as prelude to the Oscars

What does this man's work have to do with the Oscars?