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Honours & Awards | Bradford McIntyre

 


Honours & Awards | Bradford McIntyre


PRIDE Legacy Award
Bradford McIntyre, received a PRIDE Legacy Award, on July 20, 2013. Maxine Davis, Executive Director of the Dr. Peter Centre presented Bradford McIntyre with the PRIDE Legacy Award
in the PINK Category: Sexuality - Sexual Health + HIV/AIDS Awareness.




Bradford McIntyre dedicated his PRIDE Legacy Award to all the people affected by and infected with HIV and AIDS and all those who we've lost to AIDS.

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Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
Bradford McIntyre awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
for excellence in the field of HIV/AIDS in Canada, on November 27, 2012.







Recipients of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals
for excellence in the field of HIV/AIDS in Canada,
at CAS' World AIDS Day gala on Tuesday, November 27.

(back row left to right): Richard Elliott, Dr. Jacqueline Gahagan, Bob Leahy, Louis-Marie Gagnon, Karen Plater, David Hoe, Darien Taylor, Monique Doolittle-Romas, Maria Mac Intosh, Dr. Brian Conway (middle row left to right): 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), Enrico Mandarino, Colleen Elizabeth Price
(front row seated left to right/): May McQueen, Mary Elizabeth Paul
Photo by Cynthia Münster for the Canadian AIDS Scoiety

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AccolAIDS: A biennial awards gala honouring our heroes in the BC HIV/AIDS movement. The AccolAIDS Awards honour the extraordinary achievements and dedication of organizations, businesses, groups and individuals responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in British Columbia, and the thousands of people living in BC who are affected. A biennial awards gala honouring our heroes in the BC HIV/AIDS movement.

Bradford McIntyre, AccolAIDS Nominee, nominated for an AccolAIDS Award and received a Certificate of Nomination, in recognition of his achievements in the areas of the Kevin Brown Positive Hero Award and Social/Political/Community Action, for his tireless work.

Bradford McIntyre, AccolAIDS Nominee in the following years:

AccolAIDS Nominee 2018

AccolAIDS 2016 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2014 Nominee
(Certificate not available)

AccolAIDS 2012 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2010 Nominee
(Certificate not available)

AccolAIDS 2009 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2008 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2007 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2006 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2005 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2004 Nominee

AccolAIDS 2003 Nominee


AccolAIDS 2002 Nominee


AccolAIDS: Past Nominees and Winners

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Most Eye Opening Contributor AWARD

Bradford McIntyre, Enkidu Magazine (Mexico) correspondent in Canada, received the
Most Eye Opening Contributor AWARD on June 28, 2004 from Enkidu Magazine - Web Edition - Eye Opening International News (Mexico).
A reader Poll took place in February 2004 and readers voted
The way we address HIV is cause for concern” by Bradford McIntyre,
the "Most Eye Opening" article.
Article in Spanish: La manera que nos dirigimos al VIH es causa de preocupación
Other articles by Bradford McIntyre

Mexico City, Mexico

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