Black Lives Matter

We stand together with our Black colleagues, partners, collaborators, and the entire Black community. We stand with our Indigenous colleagues and community members here in Toronto, as well as around the globe, to speak out against racism, to promote understanding, and to create a change. We are listening, we are learning and we are making mistakes. But we know that only by trying can we move the needle. It is possible, but it’s not going to happen if we rest or stay quiet.

News & Events

The annual Fast Track Cities Conference scheduled for September 9 & 10 will be going online this year and the registration is free and open to all.

The conference is divided between live sessions on September 9 & 10 and pre-recorded video submissions which will become available on September 7. While details of the program are still being updated, the prerecorded sessions are listed here, with the live program found here.


You’ll notice a large focus on COVID-19 in the programming and we think as Toronto continues to adapt services and policies in the COVID-19 era, this free resource could be useful for many of you.

Toronto to Zero is an ambitious city-wide drive to make new HIV transmissions rare and help people with HIV lead long healthy lives,

free from stigma and discrimination.

About Us

Toronto has always had a strong response to HIV … now we have a unique opportunity to re-imagine that response. Given everything that we know, what can Toronto do differently? How can we make new HIV infections rare and ensure people with HIV will lead long healthy lives free from stigma and discrimination?

Task Group Progress

Toronto to Zero is committed to leveraging existing expertise and collaborations. With over a dozen TtZ Task Groups formed, and with so many community, agency and industry partners, this high-level snapshot of how the recommendations are going shows encouraging results.

17% Planning Stages
41% In Progress
35% Final Stretch
7%   Recommendations Submitted


There’s been quite a bit of movement and activity in our Task Groups since the last newsletter…and there’s still more to come! 


In addition to the recent submission of final recommendations to the TtZ Champions Team, recommendations from working groups have already launched several new initiatives and are working to build the Gay Men’s Health Hub in the beginning of 2020.


All the people and organizations that are part of Toronto to Zero are hard at work making a difference. We need to ZERO IN to get to zero.

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