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The CATIE Ordering Centre provides resources free-of-charge to AIDS service organizations, healthcare providers and other frontline service providers across Canada.* For help with finding resources and placing orders, please visit our FAQ page.

CATIE’s Ordering Centre will still deliver if postal strike happens
Please note that in the event of a disruption in service from Canada Post, the Ordering Centre will continue to deliver through cost-comparable courier service.

New Publications

  • TreatmentUpdate 217
    TreatmentUpdate 217

    TreatmentUpdate is CATIE’s flagship treatment digest. In this issue:          


  • The Positive Side (Fall 2016): Man on a Mission
    The Positive Side (Fall 2016): Man on a Mission

    Health and wellness magazine for people living with HIV. In this issue: expert insights and advice on addictions; harm reduction programs; talking to kids about HIV; healthy sexuality; new hep C treatments and more!

  • FACTSHEET: Epclusa (velpatasvir + sofosbuvir)
    FACTSHEET: Epclusa (velpatasvir + sofosbuvir)

    This factsheet summarizes up-to-date information on Epclusa. Epclusa is a medication used to treat hepatitis C.

  • Safer Sex Guide
    Safer Sex Guide

    This fun, plain language guide helps readers take charge of their sexual health by exploring how to make sex safer and giving reader’s tips on preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs).


Featured Publications


World AIDS Day – December 1st 2016

HIV Basic FactsWorld AIDS Day is coming up on December 1, 2016! Visit CATIE’s World AIDS Day web page for information on HIV/AIDS in Canada, a history of HIV/AIDS timeline, a listing of World AIDS Day events happening in your community and resources  to help you prepare for your World AIDS Day campaign.

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* Please note that some resources available through the Ordering Centre contain language, information and images related to sexuality and drug use, and may not be intended for people of all ages. CATIE ensures that these resources, developed to help prevent the transmission of HIV, hepatitis C and other infections, are written and reviewed by health experts for content accuracy. Organizations ordering these materials must review them to determine that the content is appropriate for their intended audience.