Before today, HIV positive people in Canada could be criminally charged with aggravated sexual assault if they failed to disclose their HIV status to their partners. The maximum penalty was life in jail. Today the Supreme Court has updated that 1998 ruling to say HIV-positive people at low risk to transmit the virus do not have to disclose their status. Guest host Frank Rackow gets reaction from Andrea Carter, she leads HIV prevention and engagement at AIDS Calgary.
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