|People living with HIV/AIDS, 2009||67,000|
|Women (aged 15+) with HIV/AIDS, 2009||14,000|
|Children with HIV/AIDS, 2009||nd|
|Adult HIV prevalence (%), 2009||0.2|
|AIDS deaths, 2009||<500|
nd = No data
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| HIV/AIDS-Specific Country Profiles|
|UNAIDS Country Profile|
A brief summary of national socioeconomic conditions in the context of the HIV epidemic, and information (where available) on UNAIDS' country-level activities.
|UNGASS 2008 Country Progress Report|
Reports progress made in implementing the UN Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. The report includes summary indicator data through the end of 2007. [PDF, 189K]
|UNAIDS/WHO Epidemiological Fact Sheet|
Statistics on the prevalence and incidence of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, and discussion of knowledge and behaviors related to HIV transmission. 2008. [PDF, 577K]
| Health and Development Profiles|
|CIA World Factbook|
Extensive data over a range of fields, including geography, population, government, the economy, the military, and communications.
|UNICEF Country Tables|
Statistics in the areas of population, mortality, general and reproductive health, and education.
|WHO Country Profile|
Links to tables containing general health indicators, country profiles on specific diseases, and selected health-related documents. Also in Spanish and French.
| Guidelines and Best Practices|
| Surveys and Assessments|
|HIV and AIDS in Canada|
Surveillance Report to December 31, 2005. Produced by the Center for Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, Public Health Agency of Canada.
| Policy Reports and Papers|
| Journal Articles|
|High Rates of Forward Transmission Events after Acute/Early HIV-1 Infection|
Brenner BG, Roger M, Routy JP, Moisi D, Ntemgwa M, Matte C, Baril JG, Thomas R, Rouleau D, Bruneau J, Leblanc R, Legault M, Tremblay C, Charest H, Wainberg MA; Quebec Primary HIV Infection Study Group. J Infect Dis. 2007 Apr 1;195(7):951-9. Epub 2007 Feb 16.
| National Organizations|
|Canadian HIV Trials Network (CTN)|
By conducting ethical clinical trials, CTN aims to develop treatments, vaccines, and a cure for HIV/AIDS. Site features detailed trial results.
|Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network|
A coalition of individuals and organizations providing leadership, support, and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
|The Canadian AIDS Society|
Advocates on behalf of people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS, facilitates the development of programs, services and resources for community-based AIDS organizations across Canada, and provides a national framework for community-based participation in Canada's response to AIDS.
|Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research|
A national charitable foundation whose goal is to raise awareness in order to generate funds for research into all aspects of HIV infection and AIDS.
|Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network|
A charitable organization engaged in education, legal and ethical analysis, and policy development. Site features publications, project descriptions, and a virtual resource center.
|Canadian Health Network/HIV/AIDS Centre|
A collection of documents on prevention, transmission, care and support, testing, safer sex guidelines, and practical resources for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. In English and French.
| HIV/AIDS Web Sites|
|Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre|
A program of the Canadian Public Health Association funded by Health Canada
which provides links to national and community organizations, hotlines and
resource centers as well as updates on local conferences and events.
|HIV Medication Guide |
Features information on single- and multiple-HIV drug interactions, a customizable medication chart function, patient drug pamphlets, and more. Available in English and French.
|Motherisk HIV Healthline and Network|
An informational web site and hotline run by the Hospital for Sick Children at the University of Toronto.
Includes information on HIV for patients and health care professionals.