Canada, our home and native land. Here are the latest headlines and events taking place in Canada.

According to 2014 national HIV estimates:

  • An estimated 75,500 Canadians were living with HIV at the end of 2014.* This represents an increase of 6,700 people (9.7%) since 2011.
  • The HIV prevalence rate is 212.0 per 100,000 people living in Canada.
  • HIV prevalence increased during the 1980s, slowed down in the mid-1990s, but began to rise again in the late 1990s. This increase is a result of both new HIV infections and fewer deaths due to effective treatment options.
  • Just over one in five people living with HIV in Canada are unaware that they have HIV.

According to 2014 national HIV estimates:

  • An estimated 16,020 people living with HIV remained undiagnosed in 2014.* This represents 21% of the estimated number of people living with HIV.*
  • The percentage of people who were unaware of their HIV-positive status varied by exposure category: people exposed through heterosexual sex were most likely to be unaware of their HIV infection (28%), followed by people exposed through injection drug use (20%), and finally men exposed through male-to-male sex (18%).
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