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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.

New Publications

  • 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).

  • TreatmentUpdate 215
    TreatmentUpdate 215

    TreatmentUpdate is CATIE’s flagship treatment digest.

    In this issue:


  • More than fiction Vol. 2
    More than fiction Vol. 2

    More than Fiction: Investing in South Asian Poz Communities” is the second volume in the narrative-writing anthology series from ASAAP. Due to the overwhelming success of “More Than Fiction: POZ Women Share their Stories”, ASAAP adapted their unique community arts-based project to further engage members of ASAAP’s Connecting to Care program.

  • Hep C Passport
    Hep C Passport

    This pocket-sized booklet allows a person living with Hep C or their service provider to enter results of key tests, from genotype to fibrosis score to viral load.


Featured Publications


World Hepatitis Day – July 28

HepCInfo on Newsprint - ISSUE 4Order Hep C resources for your World Hepatitis Day event here! The CATIE Ordering Centre has a range of Hep C resources including brochures about the Hep C basics, treatment, prevention resources and more!




* 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.