The 2017 Stacey Levitt Memorial Award applications are now open. Click here for more information.
Injuries are the leading cause of death for Canadians aged 1-44. In fact, on a typical day, 35 Canadians will die because of an injury. Many of those who survive are left with disabilities, both physical and emotional. Unlike many other health challenges, there is no "cure" for injury - the only approach is prevention. The good news is that most injuries are preventable. Learn more about the issue of injury in Canada.
No Regrets is a national youth movement working to raise awareness about the issue of injury in Canada and reduce injury rates among peers. No Regrets teams spread the word about injury prevention and health promotion in their communities by participating in activities that highlight our key messaging. Learn more about the No Regrets program and how to get involved.
No Regrets Live is an internationally acclaimed presentation that encourages young people to choose to take smart risks. The goal is to help youth see the risks in their everyday lives and to take those risks in the smartest ways possible so they can enjoy life to the fullest. Learn more about No Regrets Live and how to book a show.
NTDSW will be October 16 - 22, 2017. Canadians will be active in raising awareness about teen driver safety. Stay tuned for more information.
Injury rates in Canada are at epidemic proportions, with over 15,000 Canadians killed and another 230,000 hospitalized for serious injuries every year. In fact, on a typical day, 43 Canadians will die due to injury. Many of those who survive are left with disabilities, both physical and emotional. While these statistics are startling, injury prevention does not always get the attention it deserves.
By joining the No Regrets program you can be part of a national network of young Canadians working together to increase awareness of the issue of injury and teaching others how to manage risks in their daily lives.
You can lead the change in public perception that injuries are not “accidents”, but are predictable events that can be prevented.
The benefits that young Canadians will gain from participating in No Regrets within their school and community are numerous. Participants will learn firsthand the type of leadership skills required to empower their peers and inspire those around them to become advocates of injury prevention. No Regrets teams have the power to reduce the incidence of preventable injury across the board.