Toronto, ON
Canada
Cawthra Square Toronto AIDS Memorial since 1 December 1992
2700 names
AIDS 30 years later: Long-term survivors aging with HIV
Tucked away in the heart of downtown Toronto, a memorial garden for those who have died of AIDS is a visual reminder of the epidemic that has sickened and killed tens of millions worldwide since the disease first struck three decades ago. A woman reads names on the AIDS memorial in Toronto on June 3, 2011. Photo © Frank Gunn The Canadian Press Citytv

3 June 2011
Sheryl Ubelacker, Toronto