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  1. Transport Canada.  Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics: 2004 (Catalogue T45-3/2004), TP 3322, December 2005. Accessed 18 September, 2007.

  2. Statistics Canada, Estimates of Population by Age and Sex for Canada, Provinces and Territories, CANSIM Table 051-0001.

  3. Statistics Canada, Road Motor Vehicles – Registration, CANSIM Table 405-0004.

  4. Transport Canada, Road Safety Directorate and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate. Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Air Bags and Seat Belts: Estimates of Lives Saved among Front Seat Occupants of Light Duty Vehicles Involved in Collisions Attributable to the Use of Seat Belts and Air Bags in Canada. Fact Sheet, RS 2001-03 E, TP No. 13187. October 2001. Accessed 18 September, 2007.

  5. Howard AW.  Automobile restraints for children: a review for clinicians.  Canadian Medical Association Journal 2002; 167(7): 769-73.

  6. Transport Canada.  About Anti-lock Braking Systems (ABS). Accessed 18 September, 2007.   

  7. Transport Canada, Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate. Canada's Road Safety Targets to 2101.  TP No. 13736.  March 2001.  Accessed November 19, 2007.

  8. Transport Canada.  Smashed: Impaired Driving in Canada: Progress… but the Journey Continues. Accessed 18 September, 2007.

  9. Halman SI, Chipman M, Parkin PC, Wright JG.  Are seat belt restraints as effective in school age children as in adults?  A prospective crash study.  British Medical Journal 2002; 324.

  10. Harbluk JL, Noy YI.  The Impact of Cognitive Distraction on Driver Visual Behaviour and Vehicle Control.  Transport Canada, Road Safety Directorate and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate and EL-MAR Inc.  TP No. 13889, February 2002.  Accessed October 3, 2007.

  11. Transport Canada, Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulations Directorate. Strategies for Reducing Driver Distraction from In-vehicle Telmatics Devices: A Discussion Document.  TP 14133 E. April 2003. Accessed 18 September, 2007. 

  12. Janhevich D, Gannon M, Morisset N.  Impaired driving and other traffic offences, 2002.  Juristat (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 85-002) 2003; 23(9).

  13. Mann RE, Brands B, Macdonald S, Stoduto G.  Impacts of Cannabis on Driving: An Analysis of Current Evidence with Emphasis on Canadian Data.  TP 14179 E, May 2003.  Accessed September 18, 2007.

  14. Traffic Injury Research Foundation.  "A wake-up call for Ontario drivers: new poll on fatigued and drowsy driving reveals serious problem."  Press release: July 9, 2007. Accessed October 4, 2007.

  15. Schuchardt RM.  Understanding road rage. Counterblast: E-journal of Culture and Communication 2001; 1(1).  Accessed October 4, 2007.

  16. Rathbone DB, Huckabee JC.  Controlling road rage: a literature review and pilot study. Prepared for the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, June 9, 1999. Accessed November 19, 2007.

  17. World Health Organization (WHO).  International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries, and Causes of Death, Ninth Revision (ICD-9).   World Health Organization: Geneva, 1975.

  18. World Health Organization (WHO).  International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, Tenth Revision (ICD-10).  World Health Organization: Geneva, 1992.

  19. US Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics.  Instruction Manual, Part 9: ICD-10 Causes-of-Death Lists for Tabulating Mortality Statistics.  Maryland: January, 2007.

  20. Statistics Canada. Comparability of ICD-10 and ICD-9 for Mortality Statistics in Canada (Catalogue 84-548) Minister of Industry: Ottawa, 2005.

  21. Statistics Canada. Deaths, 1999, Shelf tables (Catalogue 84F0211XPB) Statistics Canada: Ottawa, 2002.