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88% of people who die in boating accidents aren't wearing life jackets.
60% of fire deaths are homes with no smoke alarms.
83% of summer water fatalities are men.
On average, 518 Canadians die in water-related fatalities.
Bear spray can be 98% effective in preventing attacks.
Summer is the peak time for deaths from motor vehicle crashes and drowning.
10 Canadians a year die in avalanches.
51 people die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Falls from furniture kill about 280 Canadians per year.
About 1 Canadian a year falls in while ice fishing and dies.
More than 40 people drown in bathtubs each year.
Passengers in the tail of an aircraft have 40% higher survival rates in crashes.
Correct seat belt usage reduces the risk of death by 61%.
5 drivers in Canada are killed in collisions with animals each year.
Winter is the peak time for deaths from falls and burns.
Mountain snowmobiling is involved in 40% of avalanche deaths.
5 people in Canada die each year from Salmonella infections.
On average 101 Canadians die in summer boating accidents.
Texting while driving makes crashing 23 times more likely.
Deaths from lightning most commonly occur on Saturdays.
On average, more than 80 Canadians die from over-exposure to cold.
Hikers and campers are the people most frequently struck by lightning.
Bike helmets reduce risk of death by 73%
The 92,000 Canadians who die prematurely each year miss out on a total of 1,521,737 years of life.
6 P.M. is the time of day when most pedestrian and cyclist fatalities happen in Toronto.