Economic Burden of Injury reports

Canada (2009)

Released in August 2009, The Economic Burden of Injury in Canada updates and builds on the original 1998 report, outlining the enormous costs of both intentional and unintentional injuries and breaking the data down by province as well as nationally. The study revealed that injury costs Canadians $19.8 billion annually – more than $600 for each man, woman and child in the country. In fact, injury – from falls, traffic, drowning, suicide, violence and other means – remains the leading cause of death for Canadians aged one to 44, taking the lives of 13,667 people in 2004.

Canada (1998)

Released in November 1998, The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injury in Canada is a document filled with compelling statistics. The study highlights the measurable dimensions of injury – it puts a price tag on the economic impact to Canadians.

Ontario (2006)

The full report The Economic Burden of Injury in Ontario, published in 2006.

 

Ontario (1999)

The first of our provincial studies, The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injuries in Ontario was launched in December 1999. Like the national study, it describes the enormous costs of unintentional injury, both human and monetary, to the citizens of Ontario.

Alberta (2002)

The study of The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injuries in Alberta was conducted in 2002. Like the national study, it describes the enormous costs, both human and monetary to the citizens of Alberta. It was prepared for the Alberta Centre for Injury Control & Research by SMARTRISK.

Atlantic Region (2003)

The study of The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injuries in Atlantic Canada was conducted in 2003. It describes the enormous costs of unintentional injury, both human and monetary, to the citizens of Atlantic Canada.

British Columbia (2001)

The study of The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injuries in British Columbia was conducted in 2001. Like the national study, it describes the enormous costs, both human and monetary to the citizens of British Columbia. It was prepared for the British Columbia Injury Research and Prevention Unit (BCIRPU) by SMARTRISK.

Manitoba (2003)

The study of The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injury in Manitoba was conducted in 2003. It describes the enormous costs of unintentional injury, both human and monetary, to the citizens of Manitoba. It was prepared on behalf of IMPACT by SMARTRISK.

Saskatchewan (2001)

The study of The Economic Burden of Unintentional Injuries in Saskatchewan was conducted in 2001. Like the national study, it describes the enormous costs, both human and monetary to the citizens of Saskatchewan.