When a social group grows from 180 to 430 members in one year you know something's right. And opportunities for Toronto poz gay guys to mix and mingle are growing further, says OutNPoz chair Scott Nickerson in this interview with Bob Leahy
Bob Leahy in conversation with CATIE’s Executive Director Laurie Edmiston about the opportunities that working with a new federal government provides and what she sees as the road ahead for CATIE and the HIV community in the era of 90-90-90.
On December 1, The Canadian Government endorsed 90-90-90 but the long awaited announcement went virtually unnoticed until reported by PositiveLite.com. Today Bob Leahy interviews B.C.'s Julio Montaner about what this announcement means for Canada
Bob Leahy interviews Ontario’s Muluba Habanyama, a twenty-two year old born with HIV who lived with a family secret for twenty-one years to emerge as one of our busiest and most promising young activists
For eight years, he played Jonathan Bower on televisions "Who's the Boss". He starred in Stephen King's "Cujo". For twelve years, Danny Pintauro had a secret. Danny is HIV positive. Now Joe Lethbridge interviews him for PositiveLite.com
Philip Dawson talks to AIDS Vancouver Island's Andrew Beckerman, a long-term survivor with a long background of volunteering who says “the challenge is how to make this world a more equitable place by enabling fellow peers."