Costs by age and sex for specific types of falls and transport incidents, 2018

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Falls and transport incidents had the highest total costs in 2018. These two causes combined added $13.8 billion to the total cost, making up almost half (47 per cent) of the cost of injury.

Addressing these two injury issues has the potential to change the story of injury in Canada.

The figures below explore falls and transport incidents further by presenting data for specific types of incidents within these two causes.

Total cost

Cost per capita

Injury outcome

Causes and rates

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