Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Recipients

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Recipients

Congratulations once again to all of the recipients of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for excellence in the field of HIV/AIDS. Among the 30 people being honored were our own May McQueen and Bradford McIntyre, who both travelled to Gatineau, Quebec to attend the ceremony at the Canadian AIDS Society World AIDS Day Gala last Tuesday, November 27th. Congratulations everyone and thank you for your dedication and hard work!

Clockwise from top left: Dr. Brian Conway, Bradford McIntyre, Denise Becker and May McQueen

Three proud AIDS Vancouver volunteers recieving the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Clockwise from left: Joel Nim Cho Leung, May McQueen, Bradford McIntyre

Bradford McIntyre Shares His Story in Ottawa

While in town, Bradford took some time to speak with CTV Ottawa and the Ottawa Citizen about his 28 years of living with HIV. His is an inspiring story which highlights the passion for advocacy and awareness that he (and all other amazing recipients) are being honored. View his work at  PositivelyPositive.ca.


Lead Photo by Cynthia Münster for the Canadian AIDS Society 

Back row left to right/rangée arrière gauche à droitRichard Elliott, Dr. Jacqueline Gahagan, Bob Leahy, Louis-Marie Gagnon, Karen Plater (wife of/épouse de John Plater), David Hoe, Darien Taylor, Monique Doolittle-Romas, Maria Mac Intosh, Dr. Brian Conway 

Middle row left to right/rangée en milieu gauche à droit: Dr. Ted Myers, Randy Jackson, Bradford McIntyre, Denise Becker, Deborah Warren, Brian Huskins, Albert McNutt, Doris Peltier, Dr. Colin Carrie (medal presenter on behalf of the Government of Canada/présenteur des médailles au nom du gouvernement du Canada), Enrico Mandarino, Colleen Elizabeth Price

Seated left to right/assis gauche à droit: May McQueen, Mary Elizabeth Paul


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