Potential Years of Life Lost Due to Unintentional Injuries and Suicides, Rate per 100,000 Population, by Province and Territory, 2006
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|Source:||Health Indicators 2007, Statistics Canada, December 2007.|
|Note:||Number of years of life "lost" when a person dies "prematurely" from unintentional injuries or suicide, before age 75. E.g. a person dying at age 25 has lost 50 years of life. External causes of unintentional injuries include deaths due to accidental causes such as motor vehicle accidents, falls, poisoning, drowning, fires, natural, environmental and mechanical factors, but not medical misadventures, abnormal reactions or complications. Non-Ont: NL, PEI, NS, NB, Que, Man, Sask, Alta, B.C.|