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    Inequalities in Early Childhood Development in Canada - Infographic

    Children who experience disadvantaged conditions are more vulnerable in all areas of their early development. Developmental vulnerability is assessed by the Early Development Instrument and reflects children whose skills and behaviours are below the levels exhibited by most of their peers
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    Public Health Agency of Canada
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  • Federal

    Infographic Vaccines Work

    This table illustrates the effectiveness of vaccination by comparing the number of cases of six vaccine-preventable diseases in Canada before and after the introduction of each vaccine.
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    Public Health Agency of Canada
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    At-a-glance – Supervised Injection Services: a community-based response to th...

    In November 2017, The Trailer opened in Ottawa, Canada and tracks client use, overdose treatment and overdoses reversed. We analyzed data collected between November 2017 and August 2018. During peak hours, demand for services consistently exceeded The Trailer’s capacity.
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    Public Health Agency of Canada
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    Highlights from phase one of the national study on opioid and other drug-rela...

    opioid- and other drug-related overdose deaths have increased sharply and become a significant cause of mortality in Canada. In response, local governments, provinces, and territories have implemented a variety of interventions and the Government of Canada has committed to a targeted public...
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    Public Health Agency of Canada
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    Infographic Food-related illnesses, hospitalizations and deaths in Canada

    "4 million Canadians get sick each year from contaminated food. Over 11,500 hospitalizations and 240 deaths occur each year due to food-related illnesses. Numbers includes both estimates for 30 foodborne pathogens and unknown causes of acute gastrointestinal illness. "
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    Public Health Agency of Canada
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