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In Canada, there are no travel restrictions attached to STI or HIV status. However, if you wish to stay in Canada for over 6 months, you'll need to get an HIV test. If you test positive, you probably won't be granted a residency permit. You will still be issued a residence permit if you fall into one of the following categories: you're an HIV-positive refugee, you're an HIV-positive sponsored spouse or common law partner of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, or if you're an HIV-positive sponsored and dependent child of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
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Au Canada, aucune restriction n'est imposée aux voyageurs porteurs du VIH ou d'une ITS. Toutefois, si vous souhaitez prolonger votre séjour au-delà de six mois, vous devrez passer un test de dépistage du VIH.<ref>http://www.hivtravel.org/Default.aspx?PageId=143&CountryId=39</ref> Si le test s'avère positif, on vous refusera probablement le statut résident. Toutefois, si vous faites partie de l'une des catégories suivantes, on pourrait quand même vous accorder la résidence: vous prétendez au statut de réfugié, vous êtes un conjoint de fait ou époux parrainé par un citoyen ou un résident permanent, vous êtes un enfant à charge parrainé par un citoyen ou un résident permanent. Pour plus d'information, cliquez [http://www.cic.gc.ca/francais/ressources/outils/medic/surveillance/hiv-ficheinfo.asp ici] ou [http://www.aidslaw.ca/site/our-work/immigration-and-travel/?lang=fr ici]
    
As reported by HIVTravel, "Accessing health care in Canada is expensive for non-Canadian residents or visitors and the cost varies from one province to another. Canada is a federation of provinces and territories and health care is the responsibility of each province or territory. Access to services can vary a bit from one province to another. In general, visitors to Canada need private health insurance from their home countries to pay for major medical costs here." For more details on HIV treatment for foreigners in Canada, click [http://www.hivtravel.org/Default.aspx?PageId=143&CountryId=39 here].
 
As reported by HIVTravel, "Accessing health care in Canada is expensive for non-Canadian residents or visitors and the cost varies from one province to another. Canada is a federation of provinces and territories and health care is the responsibility of each province or territory. Access to services can vary a bit from one province to another. In general, visitors to Canada need private health insurance from their home countries to pay for major medical costs here." For more details on HIV treatment for foreigners in Canada, click [http://www.hivtravel.org/Default.aspx?PageId=143&CountryId=39 here].
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