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Table 1 Population Based Injury Hospitalization Rate per 100,000 from all transport-related causes by Canadian Province (2006–2012) among children and youth, 0–19 years

From: Childhood road traffic injuries in Canada – a provincial comparison of transport injury rates over time

  2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Average Annual Rate Parameter Estimate (95% CI)
NB 153.24 115.21 104.85 103.27 88.21 84.31 85.31 105.34 − 10.1 (− 15.77; −4.38)
MB 118.11 95.69 93.22 84.90 87.03 83.77 67.45 89.93 −6.50 (−9.81; −3.19)
BC 103.08 99.76 80.82 81.08 71.37 68.82 60.76 80.84 −7.08 (−9.09; −5.07)
ON 56.16 54.33 48.98 43.52 43.01 45.05 38.65 47.12 −2.75 (−3.96; − 1.54)
PEI 136.20 102.18 93.54 136.1 78.97 100.1 97.87 106.53 −4.78 (−14.92; 5.37)
AB 114.57 109.27 105.47 98.58 87.23 86.71 83.42 97.65 −5.60 (−6.89; −4.31)
NL 138.22 122.16 148.51 96.72 87.53 107.92 108.08 115.77 −6.42 (−15.49; 2.64)
SK 146.80 148.59 154.56 143.33 119.87 119.67 118.1 135.69 −6.38 (−10.62; −2.14)
NS 81.18 78.27 69.56 69.59 72.67 81.10 77.74 75.73 −0.06 (−3.67; 2.63)
Canada** 85.51 80.63 74.47 69.01 63.65 64.34 58.77 70.91 −4.42 (−5.42; −3.41)
  1. A positive change indicates an annual increase over time; a negative change indicates a decrease over time. Confidence intervals that do not cross zero are
  2. statistically significant. NL and PEI could not be reported by this subcause since cell sizes were < 5
  3. **Excludes Quebec and territories
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