This year’s campaign focuses on the dangers of poisoning from cannabis consumption.
Coinciding with Fall Prevention Month, this week-long campaign aims to reduce falls, and injury due to falls, in British Columbia.
The topic this year is drug-impaired driving, and distracted and aggressive driving.
A number of new initiatives are now available to improve access to outdoor play in Canada.
BCIRPU received funding from the Francophone Affairs Program to distribute fall prevention messages to French-speaking older adults and their caregivers in BC.
Youth are over-represented in all road-related injuries and deaths.
We partnered with Parachute to highlight the importance of injury prevention.
Together with our partners at Parachute, we would like to bring attention to predictable and preventable injuries in children.
Choking can happen to anyone at any age, but children under age five are at greatest risk for choking injury and death.