Syphilis and HIV awareness resources for your community


Via the Centre for Communicable Diseases and Infection Control at the Public Health Agency of Canada

Over the past year, the Public Health Agency of Canada worked with over 250 multisectoral partners – including Indigenous leaders, health professionals, researchers, community leaders, key populations, members of the general public, other federal departments, and provincial and territorial representatives – to develop and launch two national knowledge mobilization and awareness campaigns on syphilis and HIV/Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U).

We are now very pleased to share with you digital and print copies of these resources, which can be displayed in community centers or high-traffic areas, clinics, included in newsletters, emails or other communication with your network; and shared on your social media platforms and websites.

Digital versions of all resources, including many resources available in 13 non-official languages (including Cree Michif, French Michif, Dene, Dogrib (Tlicho), Inuktitut (North Baffin), Inuktitut (South Baffin), Ojibway, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Punjabi, Tagalog, Spanish, and Swahili), can be downloaded at the Syphilis and U=U Resource Hub.


You may also choose to order free printed resources. If you are interested, please download and complete the attached order form and email it to by June 7th.


More information on these campaigns can be found at and Please note that several resources are still in the process of being uploaded to these websites and will be available online in the coming months.


Download and fill out the order form.