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Retreat 2015

Healing Retreats at Positive Living BC
are an opportunity for people living with
HIV from all walks of life, ages and
cultures to come on retreat.

Applications now available on our
website and at our reception desk.

June 18 - 21, 2015
September 4 -7, 2015

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LATEST NEWS

Anonymous iconHIV Anonymous

The Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life has launched the HIV Anonymous campaign in anticipation of September’s Walk. The campaign captures the isolation and stigma many people living with HIV experience, while also providing a platform where they can share their stories while retaining confidentiality. The public is encouraged to show support by changing their social media profile pictures to the HIV Anonymous icon (left). Read More>>

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Positive Living BC has launched a new online support group for people living with HIV throughout BC. Facilitated by Peer Navigators, Online Connec+ aims to help PLHIV combat isolation and connect with peers. Read More>>

AGM20152015 Annual General Meeting

We’re excited to be presenting the Society’s 2015 Annual General Meeting on Thursday, August 20th at the Chateau Granville Hotel, in conjunction with the Community Forum: Finding the Cure – How Close Are We?”.  Read More>>

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Looking for a care provider in BC? Positive Living BC’s HIV Care Registry can help. The site features listings for physicians, dentists, counsellors, massage therapists and more.  Read More >>

StopProsecutingHIVStop the Unjust Prosecutions

Positive Living BC has prepared a position paper and executive summary calling for new Charge Assessment Guidelines in BC. Why? Currently, around 13,000 people living with HIV in this province are vulnerable to prosecution based on the Charge Assessment Guidelines surrounding HIV exposure. This is unjust. Help us put new guidelines in place that will ensure such prosecutions don’t occur.  Sign our petition and follow the campaign. Read More >>