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Montréal 90-90-90 Targets (2015)

86%

97%

92%

Source: B, Sangare N, Trottier H, Baril JG, Durand M, Klein M, Machouf N, Pexos C, Thomas R, Tremblay C, Vassal AF, Cox J (2018) In-care HIV cascades for the city of Montreal: Data form the Cohorte Montréalaise.

Montréal HIV Care Continuum (2015)

86%

83%

77%

Source: B, Sangare N, Trottier H, Baril JG, Durand M, Klein M, Machouf N, Pexos C, Thomas R, Tremblay C, Vassal AF, Cox J (2018) In-care HIV cascades for the city of Montreal: Data form the Cohorte Montréalaise.

Message from the Mayor

“Proud of the work accomplished to realize a fair and inclusive Montreal, we cannot stay silent in front of discrimination and vulnerability too often experienced by people living with HIV. On December 1st 2017, Montreal joined the Fast-Track City movement to end the epidemic, renewing the commitment to supporting our citizens in the fight against HIV/AIDS."

Valérie Plante
Mayor of Montréal

Community Leadership Messages

"The recognition of the diverse needs of our affected communities - in terms of systemic inequalities and discrimination against Indigenous, racialized, migrant, and LGBTQ+ people; as well as towards people living in poverty, homelessness, youth, and people in conflict with the law - is at the core of this project and the processes by which we engage with the HIV epidemic. Our communities are mobilized and we will work together with government institutions to make Montreal a city not only without AIDS, but also a city that upholds our human rights and values our contributions to society."

Sandra Wesley
Co-chair
Member of the Board of Directors of Table des organismes montréalais de lutte contre le sida (TOMS)

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