“CAAT over the years has been to me a place where I can feel fulfilled for having the opportunity to care, work and grow as a community that is very dear to my heart. CAAT has a very important role in the lives of many people and I am proud to be part of the […]

I am + by DKO “I’m learning to overcome stigma, discrimination and oppression. I’ve developed a thick outer layer of skin. I purposedly walk around with shorts on all summer to show off my Kaposi spots because I’m tired of hiding them.” Derek YeeCAAT Past Legacy Program Coordinator

Loralee Gillis worked for CAAT as the research coordinator of the “Improving Treatment Access to Marginalized PHAs Research Project” at Regent Park Community Health Centre from April 2000 to May 2001.  Since leaving Regent Park, she worked at the Association of Ontario Health Centres, as the Manager of Research and Evaluation for 7 years. Three [&hell

With the collective effort and contribution of our funding partners, agency partners, volunteers, research team and staff, CAAT continues to use the tools of training, research, service coordination and advocacy to provide innovative and sustainable programs to promote the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV who face access barriers related to their status.

“Let others tell of storms and showers. I’ll only count the sunny hours. The shadow passes, but the light remains” “CAAT has been a place I have learnt to be myself; not ashamed to say things I have never shared with anyone before, not ashamed to shed the tears of joy and painful memories, and not see […]

Many amongst the younger generations of CAAT and ETSN members know Tim as their training mentor….in the current issue of Xtra, you can see Tim in his younger days as part of the Body Politic Collective in the special commemorative supplement celebrating the 40 years of the Pink Triangle Press.

“Dear CAAT friends! Since I left Toronto I promised myself to do something meaningful, I was looking forward to apply everything I learned from Toronto and specially from the CAAT projects… that was how ICAT Mexico was born… El ICAT Mexico is a place where people get connected in order to conform a community support […]

CAAT wishes to thank Vong for his great contribution not only for helping us to redesign the website in 2011, but especially for his effort to engage and train the CAAT volunteer website group members to be able to build and maintain the site on our own! What a wonderful guy! “I first got into […]