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risk factors and risk reduction behaviours for motor vehicle collisions

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This section contains data related to:

distracted driving among population age 16 years and older

texting while driving among students grades 10 to 12

dangerous driving among population age 16 years and older

drinking and driving among population age 16 years and older (drivers) and 12 years and older (passengers)

driving under the influence among students grades 7 to 12 (passengers) and 10 to 12 (drivers)

seat belt use among population age 16 years and older (drivers) and 12 years and older (passengers)

seat belt use among students grades 10 to 12


Data Sources, Methods and Limitations


Please direct any questions to ZZG-Health Status Data.


Related links:

Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program (CHRIPP)
CHIRPP is a computerized information system that collects and analyzes data on injuries to people (mainly children) who are seen at the emergency rooms of the 11 pediatric hospitals and of six general hospitals in Canada.

The Canadian Atlas of Child & Youth Injury Prevention
This website provides information about hospitalizations and deaths due to injury for children and youth.


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