Toronto’s Community AIDS Treatment Information Exchange provides much-needed information about the options available to Canadian PWAs. With its extensive library and activist lineage, CATIE is a voice people have come to trust. While not as jazzy as some other sites, it’s jam-packed with up-to-the-minute facts about clinical trials. The news reports are well-informed and their hometown approach puts an interesting spin on those chilly Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) conferences. You can also check out their comprehensive fact sheets about medications and opportunistic infections. And is the site available in French? Bien sur, madame. Look for some added features in the coming months, but don’t expect CATIE to go glam. They say the lack of animation and sound effects makes the end result readable to those with text-only access and facilitates speech synthesis readings for the blind. Head up to the Great White North at www.catie.ca/network.html.