A resource-sharing community for Canadian HIV and hepatitis C service providers

Sage Administrators

Sage is overseen by three organizations who act as administrators. The administrators implement Sage’s policies and procedures and oversee IT maintenance including:

  • Responding to general inquiries
  • Recruiting and approving new contributors
  • Training contributors and providing member support
  • IT troubleshooting and ongoing maintenance
  • Addressing situations where a resource or member may need to be removed from Sage

The Sage administrators are:

Canadian AIDS Society

The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is the national voice of people living with HIV/AIDS in Canada. Representing community-based AIDS organizations across the country, we strengthen the response to HIV/AIDS in Canada and enrich the lives of people and communities living with HIV/AIDS.

We accomplish this by:

  • Promoting education and awareness
  • Mobilizing communities
  • Advocating at the federal public policy level
  • Providing information and resources

CAS' work covers a broad spectrum of HIV/AIDS issues, including, but not limited to, gay men and MSM, women and youth, ethnocultural populations, new prevention technologies, including vaccines and microbicides, and harm reduction.


Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network

The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network promotes the human rights of people living with and vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, in Canada and internationally, through research and analysis, advocacy and litigation, public education and community mobilization. The Legal Network is Canada's leading advocacy organization working on the legal and human rights issues raised by HIV/AIDS.



CATIE champions and supports innovation and excellence in knowledge exchange for the prevention of HIV and hepatitis C transmission, and the care, treatment, and support of people with HIV and/or hepatitis C by:

  • Supporting and connecting people with HIV, other individuals, and organizations to develop, synthesize, share and apply HIV knowledge;
  • Collaborating with and building the capacity of frontline organizations to use treatment and prevention knowledge effectively;
  • Acting as a central contact point for the flow of comprehensive, accurate, unbiased, timely and accessible HIV and hepatitis C information and community-based knowledge.