Percent of Canadians with injuries that prevent normal activities 2003-2014

Percentage of Canadians sustaining injuries that limit normal actvity between 2003 and 2014

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 17, 2015
Percent of Canadians with injuries that prevent normal activities 2003-2014 This statistic displays the estimated percentage of Canadians aged 12 years and over who report being sustaining injuries in the past 12 months that have limited normal activity from 2003 to 2014. In 2005, around 13.8 percent of Canadians stated suffering injuries that are limiting normal activity.
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Percentage of Canadians sustaining injuries that limit normal actvity between 2003 and 2014

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