Thinking Positive with Valerie Pringle

 

Thinking Positive with Valerie Pringle


Day 2

Webisode 9


Dr. Trevor Hart, leading Canadian researcher, sat down with CANFAR to discuss his work on the psychological aspects of HIV

Maggie Atkinson, O.Ont, an inspiring advocate for the AIDS cause, sat down with us to discuss what it has been like living with AIDS.


Webisode 3

Webisode 4

Keshia Chante, Juno award singer and CANFAR’s National Youth Ambassador, sat down with CANFAR to discuss to discuss why she chose to partner with CANFAR.

Christopher Blomkwist, Founder of BeSocial Consulting, sat down with CANFAR to discuss the benefits to partnering social media and philanthropy.


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Patricia Olasker, Senior Partner at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP sat down with us to discuss her involvement and how she, singlehandedly, has brought together the entire Toronto legal community in support of this cause.

Paul Pighin, CANFAR supporter and HIV and AIDS activist, sat down with us to discuss what life is like living with HIV and the stigma that surrounds the epidemic.


Webisode 7

Webisode 8

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephen Lewis, CC, Founder of The Stephen Lewis Foundation and a CANFAR Board member, to discuss his global perspective on HIV and AIDS.

In webisode 8, Tony Nobis, Coordinator of Volunteer Services and Development at 2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations, talks to Valerie about Aboriginal communities and their struggle with HIV and AIDS.



 







 


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