WE DON’T WANT YOU TO DIE. SERIOUSLY.

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  • Summer is the peak time for deaths from motor vehicle crashes and drowning.

  • Mountain snowmobiling is involved in 40% of avalanche deaths.

  • 60% of fire deaths are homes with no smoke alarms.

  • The 92,000 Canadians who die prematurely each year miss out on a total of 1,521,737 years of life.

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  • Deaths from lightning most commonly occur on Saturdays.

  • Falls from furniture kill about 280 Canadians per year.

  • Correct seat belt usage reduces the risk of death by 61%.

  • Texting while driving makes crashing 23 times more likely.

  • Winter is the peak time for deaths from falls and burns.

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  • More than 40 people drown in bathtubs each year.

  • Hikers and campers are the people most frequently struck by lightning.

  • 83% of summer water fatalities are men.

  • Bear spray can be 98% effective in preventing attacks.

  • 51 people die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning.

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  • On average 101 Canadians die in summer boating accidents.

  • On average, 518 Canadians die in water-related fatalities.

  • Bike helmets reduce risk of death by 73%

  • On average, more than 80 Canadians die from over-exposure to cold.

  • 5 drivers in Canada are killed in collisions with animals each year.

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  • Passengers in the tail of an aircraft have 40% higher survival rates in crashes.

  • 88% of people who die in boating accidents aren't wearing life jackets.

  • About 1 Canadian a year falls in while ice fishing and dies.

  • 5 people in Canada die each year from Salmonella infections.

  • 6 P.M. is the time of day when most pedestrian and cyclist fatalities happen in Toronto.

  • 10 Canadians a year die in avalanches.