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Infographic regarding sport and recreation-related traumatic brain injuries among Canadian children and youth.
Contained within the Atlas of Canada Poster Map Series, is a special edition 1:250 000 scale topographic map was produced to support the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympics Winter Games. This large-format wall map provides broad, up-to-date coverage of the Winter Games region in British Columbia.
Contained within the Atlas of Canada Poster Map Series, is a large-format Olympics Sites wall map (42 inches by 45 inches) featuring a 1:250 000 scale topographic base map extending from the southern tip of Vancouver Island north to Pemberton and east to Abbotsford, British Columbia. It contains inset maps, at 1:50 000 scale of Vancouver and Whistler, from the new CanTopo map series to show these areas in greater detail. Additional thematic information has been added to these insets to highlight the location of the Olympics and Paralympics sites (for example ski runs, athletes' village, hockey arena).
The Olympic Ranking Index (the Index) is a product of Sport Canada, based on data collected and compiled through the Sport Tracking, Assessment, and Technical Statistics (STATS) database. The Index offers a system to determine Canada’s annual ranking on the basis of their aggregate results across all Senior World Championships and Olympic Games that occurred over a four-year period. The Index provides a fair, consistent and objective foundation to track, compare and evaluate a nation’s overall performance over time. A number of indicators are used: gold medal count, medal count, medal points, top 5 count, top 5 points, top 8 count, and top 8 points.
Concussions in sport are a recognized public health issue due to the frequency of occurrence and their potential short and long-term consequences, including cognitive, emotional and physical symptoms and, when left undetected, even death. This research is essential for gathering information on Canadians’ current understanding of concussions (and particularly concussions in children and youth) in order to inform the development of a Pan-Canadian Concussion Strategy. This research will also help establish a baseline of information, which will be used to measure progress and report on performance, following the implementation of the Canadian Guideline on concussion in sport and protocols on return-to-learn and return-to-play.
Safety tips for ice skating, trampolines and inflatable play structures, and sports gear.
Infographic representing epilepsy rates in Canada up to 2014.
The map shows the distribution by birthplace (where known) of medallists from the Winter Paralympics. Seventy-three Canadians have earned a total of 142 medals in the Winter Paralympics since the first Games, held in Ornskjoldsvik, Sweden in 1976.
The map shows the distribution by birthplace (where known) of medallists from the Winter Olympics.
The Pan and Parapan American Games are a regional international summer sporting event, staged every 4 years in the year prior to the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. The 2015 Games were awarded to Canada on November 6, 2009, by the Pan American Sports Organization. The XVII Pan American Games and the V Parapan American Games were held in Toronto, Canada, from July 10–26, 2015, and from August 7–15, 2015, respectively. Canada welcomed the 40 other countries/nations of the Americas to Toronto and the municipalities of the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area in Ontario where the summer sports events of the 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games were hosted.