NEWS & EVENTS
Read about last year’s achievements and highlights in our BCIRPU Annual Report 2020-2021.
According to Statistics Canada, British Columbia has one of the most rapidly aging populations in Canada.
September 26 to October 2 is the first annual Concussion Awareness Week in BC.
Back to school season means congested streets, busier intersections, and more pedestrians.
British Columbia experiences high rates of gang violence, much of which is firearm-related.
The story of injury in Canada is a story of potential lost.
Randomized Controlled Trials on the Practice Tool for Early Childhood Educators Begins – Outsideplay.ca
Opportunities for outdoor play have been decreasing due to perceptions that it is dangerous and unnecessary.
It is useful for everyone to know how to prevent and immediately respond to a potential concussion-causing incident.
The project developed, delivered, and evaluated a social marketing campaign to raise awareness, transform attitudes, and ultimately change behaviours to reduce boating injuries.
The project investigated the awareness, attitudes, and behaviours of recreational boaters in BC related to boating safety.