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Event Watch

Get Tested at Our World Hepatitis Day in North Bay Event July 26

July 4th, 2018 at 3:17 pm

It’s going to be World Hepatitis Day in North Bay, Thursday, July 26th! A day to remember those we’ve lost to the disease, to learn, to raise awareness and a day where free testing will be available. There’ll be a free BBQ, games, amusements and music featuring singer, songwriter, Chris Vega! It all takes place at the Leger Square next to North Bay City Hall starting at 10:00 am. Meet ACNBA staff, enjoy the camaraderie, food and fun and check your health status. Hope you can join us!

WHD 2018 Event list 

World Hepatitis Day in North Bay July 26

June 28th, 2018 at 11:31 am

 

It’s going to be World Hepatitis Day in North Bay, Thursday, July 26th! A day to remember those we’ve lost to the disease, to learn, to raise awareness and a day where free testing will be available! There’ll be a free BBQ, games, amusements, music and special guests on hand. It all takes place at the Leger Square next to North Bay City Hall starting at 10:00 am. Meet ACNBA staff, enjoy the camaraderie, food and fun and check your health status. Hope to see you there!

HIV Testing Drive at ACNBA Wednesday June 27

June 5th, 2018 at 2:42 pm

We will be holding a HIV testing drive here at our office at 269 Main St. W. Suite 201 on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Testing is open to all and is free. Light refreshments will be served in the client lounge. For more info please contact Kat Jodouin at 705-497-3560 ext. 209

June 5th National HIV Long-Term Survivors Day Brunch at ACNBA

June 4th, 2018 at 3:03 pm

On June 5th, we’ll be paying tribute to our clients and Canadians who have survived and continue to thrive despite being HIV+ with an all-welcome brunch. In the early stages of the HIV/AIDS pandemic being diagnosed HIV positive was deemed a death sentence. Tens of millions of people worldwide died from the disease in the 80s. With the advent of antiretroviral drug regimens in the early 90s HIV+ people started living longer. Today, thanks to great strides in HIV/AIDS medical research and treatment HIV has become a manageable disease with most HIV+ people surviving and living regular length lives.

June 5th National HIV Long-Term Survivors Day Brunch at ACNBA

June 4th, 2018 at 2:55 pm

On June 5th, we’ll be paying tribute to our clients and Canadians who have survived and continue to thrive despite being HIV+ with an all-welcome brunch. In the early stages of the HIV/AIDS pandemic being diagnosed HIV positive was deemed a death sentence. Tens of millions of people worldwide died from the disease in the 80s. With the advent of antiretroviral drug regimens in the early 90s HIV+ people started living longer. Today, thanks to great strides in HIV/AIDS medical research and treatment HIV has become a manageable disease with most HIV+ people surviving and living regular length lives.