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B.C. youths deserve the facts on sex education

Students in British Columbia have a lot to say as they claim their right to sex education. | Keep Reading

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Keynote Speaker: Rahim Thawer

Summit 2018 is pleased to announce therapist and author Rahim Thawer of Sherbourne Health & Ryerson University as one of four keynote speakers at Community-Based Research Centre’s national event being held November 8th to 10th in Vancouver. Les responsables du Sommet 2018 sont ravis d’annoncer que Rahim Thawer, auteur et thérapeute affilié au Centre de santé Sherbourne et à l’Université Ryerson, sera l’un des quatre conférenciers invités lors du Sommet pancanadien organisé par le Centre de recherche communautaire sur la santé des hommes gais qui aura lieu du 8 au 10 novembre prochain à Vancouver. | Keep Reading

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Sex Now 2018

The Sex Now Survey is going back to its roots and coming to a Pride near you! | Keep Reading

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Community Alliance Project // Projet Alliance communautaire

In collaboration with leading gay men’s health organizations in Canada, CBRC is pleased to announce a new Community Alliance to increase the availability and use of combination HIV/STBBI prevention services for gay, bisexual, trans, Two-Spirit, and queer men (GBT2Q). This 5-year initiative is supported by the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Community Action Fund, and includes Health Initiative for Men in Vancouver, ACT in Toronto, MAX in Ottawa, and RÉZO in Montréal. | Keep Reading

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Regional Health Reports

CBRC is excited to launch these two-page reports that provide an overview of the gbMSM population in each geographical Health Region in British Columbia: Fraser, Island, Interior, Northern, and Vancouver Coastal. | Keep Reading

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Summit 2018 - Call for Submissions

CBRC is seeking submissions for oral presentations, panel topics, workshops, video presentations, roundtable discussions, and readings on the topic of mental health research, programming, advocacy, activism, grassroots responses, and/or community-based actions. | Keep Reading

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Open House

Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC) is growing! We’ve recently moved into a new office, with an expanded mandate and larger team. Join us for a glass of wine and we’ll tell you our vision for gay men’s health in Canada. | Keep Reading

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PrEP: What Is It? What Does It Mean for BC's Indigenous People?

This free, interactive webinar will provide PrEP basics and then create a safe space for a community-based conversation on another tool in our HIV prevention toolkit. | Keep Reading

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Indigenous Content: Summit 2017

At last year's Summit, the Board of Community-Based Research Centre for Gay Men’s Health (CBRC) made several commitments in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action. Included in these commitments is the deliberate effort to educate and provide skills-based training for those working in gay men’s health on indigenous health and cultural safety at future Summits. | Keep Reading

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PrEP Leaders At Summit 2017

In developing the Summit program, CBRC strives to include interesting and informative presentations from the leaders in gay, bi, and other men who have sex with men’s health (gbMSM). We're proud to feature three leaders whose work has significantly improved access and understanding of PrEP, Dr. Réjean Thomas, Alex Smith, and Damon Jacobs, in this year’s program. | Keep Reading