RED is less than two months away..

RED is a fashion, dance and talent extravaganza that takes guests on a 90-minute theatrical journey through the lives of people living with HIV (PLHIV). Now entering its second year, RED a Positive Day takes us to Vegas and is sure to be an evening of nonstop fun. Vancouver’s top impersonators, dancers, models, musicians along with hair stylists, makeup artists, designers and retailers. To find out more RED and purchase tickets please click here.

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Lunch & Learn

Join us in the Positive Living BC Boardroom on March 29, 2017 for our next Lunch & Learn educational session.

Queensland Positive People
Presented by Chris Howard, Life+ Program Manager at Queensland Positive People (QPP)
11:00 am – 12:00 Noon
Seating is LIMITED. A light snack and coffee will be provided.
Can’t be there in person? Join us LIVE via Webinar (click here to register)
To attend please RSVP to Brandon Laviolette at or call (604) 893-2259

The Gemini studies are being conducted to learn if the combination of two medications, one called dolutegravir (DTG) and one called lamivudine (3TC), is an effective treatment for adults who have HIV and never started treatment, or if they have started treatment, were on treatment for 10 days or less.

During the study, you will receive either DTG and 3TC or DTG and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate/emtricitabine (TDF/FTC) fixed dose combination (FDC). You will not know which you are taking until about 2 years of participation in the study. Your participation will last approximately 3 years.

Metropolis presents their annual fundraiser put on by MAC. Come out and watch a fabulous Drag Show! The theme is Black & White this year. A $10 ticket includes a drink. it’s going to be an epic night. Space is limited. Thank you for your support. You can also purchase tickets at MAC in Metrotown as well as event bright.

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Published: March 24, 2017

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