59 communities receive funding for Vision Zero projects

Over $1 million in grants to go towards improving vulnerable road user safety across British Columbia, including in rural, remote, and Indigenous communities.

Meet the injury prevention leads

Five individuals will lead injury prevention initiatives in each of the regional health authorities.

New study examines the cost of poisonings in BC

In 2016, poisonings cost the province $812.5 million.

The price we pay for gun violence in British Columbia

Firearm-related incidents in BC result in large health care and criminal justice system costs to society, according to a new publication by BCIRPU researchers.

New website outlines financial and human cost of injury in BC

costofinjury.ca uses interactive charts and graphs to illustrate the burden of injury in BC.

The BC Injury Research & Prevention Unit is a leader in the production and transfer of injury prevention knowledge, supporting the integration of prevention practice into the daily lives of British Columbians.