New Canadian cities with the worst traffic fatalities per capita in the world: data from the World Health Organization

A new study released Monday shows that Canada has the worst rates of traffic fatalities in the developed world, which may be attributed in part to a lack of dedicated public transit.

The study, titled “Traffic and Health in the Developing World,” finds that the country has the highest rate of traffic-related deaths in the 21 developed countries tracked by the WHO, and the lowest rate of deaths in developing nations such as Russia and Bangladesh.

The WHO recommends that every developed nation, in terms of public transit and infrastructure, build a “transit system capable of managing traffic flows and reducing accidents, with priority being given to cities and towns.”

It says it is important for developing countries to create the infrastructure needed to sustain high levels of transport, as it will ensure they will continue to have a transportation system that works for them.

“With the world’s population expected to reach nearly nine billion by 2050, it is imperative that all developing countries develop sustainable transport networks to reduce their environmental impacts and to make a significant contribution to global climate change mitigation efforts,” the report says.

It also notes that “the health and economic impact of traffic injuries, deaths, and other public health impacts is well established.”

“These health and social impacts have been documented to be a significant contributor to health and socioeconomic outcomes in developing countries.”

In its report, the WHO noted that in countries like Canada, the average life expectancy is slightly higher than in developing markets such as the United States.

And while traffic fatalities are on the decline in Canada, traffic fatalities still cause about $4 billion in direct health care costs each year in the country, the report said.

The report said the rate of road traffic-induced injuries in Canada was about double that in the United Kingdom, where it has been about 3 percent higher than the United Nations World Health Organisation benchmark.

The average life-expectancy for Canadian drivers is 65.5 years, according to the WHO.

But, the study said, in the province of Ontario, the life expectancy for drivers is lower at 69.5.

Canada is one of the fastest-growing economies in the industrialized world, and is one the fastest growing countries in the developing world.

How to use the map to see the speed limit for a highway near you

There are many highways in this country, but they are not in any order of importance.

The vast majority of these roads are relatively small highways and most of them are within 30 kilometres of the nearest city.

For instance, the Highway 1 between Ottawa and Toronto is a little more than a half-hour’s drive from the nearest major city, and its average speed is only about 20 kilometres per hour.

But a couple of other large highways, Highway 6 and Highway 7, are also within 20 kilometres of a major city.

The highways of this country have long been the subject of speculation, with the government and its contractors sometimes making estimates that could be misleading.

In fact, the vast majority — perhaps 90 per cent — of the highway networks in this region are not even built yet.

We have a problem on our hands, the premier says, and we have to get serious about the problem.

The Globe and Mail has been trying to solve this problem by building an accurate map of the country’s highways.

And, in this week’s edition of the newsletter, we will look at the way in which we’ve been able to do that.

In the past, we’ve relied on roadmaps to tell us how roads were connected to one another, and how much travel there was.

That information is often useful in forecasting the pace of road building and traffic flow.

But these maps can also be misleading, and they can give you a false sense of how much of a highway is under construction or in use.

So we decided to build a more comprehensive map of Canada’s highway network, and that meant developing a comprehensive highway network map.

It also meant getting serious about this problem.

Our new map shows how highways have changed since the 1950s and 1960s.

It is a much more accurate picture of the real state of Canada, the way we’ve built and how we use our roads.

It’s the first comprehensive map that can tell us what the current status of our country’s roads is, how they are being used and how the country will be governed over the next generation.

The map also shows how many roads are in operation today, how many are under construction, and what the speed limits are for those roads.

For each of the major highways, we have a total of 1,400 kilometres of roads.

The new map is an update of an earlier map, developed in 2009, that mapped Canada’s highways in chronological order.

The current map shows Canada’s roads in chronological sequence, starting with the largest highways, followed by the smallest and then the largest.

The highway map shows the length of the road network in terms of kilometres, but we have also included a link to the map for people who don’t live in Canada.

In addition, there is a map of roads by route that is similar to the highway map but with information about which routes are most used and the average speed.

The two maps are connected by a network of coloured lines, and when you click on a road, you can see the number of kilometres of that road, the average distance that it travels and the maximum speed that it can go at.

For example, you might click on the red line for the Highway 8 in Ontario and see that it has a maximum speed of about 20 km/h.

There are also coloured lines that show the speed of each of Canada ‘s major highways.

The yellow lines indicate which roads are built, which are underconstruction, which roads have a speed limit, and which roads don’t have a maximum.

The green lines indicate where the highway network ends and the red lines indicate the beginning of the network.

For more information about how we built the highway maps, read this article.

To see how the maps are constructed, go to the Highway map.

The government of Ontario recently completed a detailed update of the Highway 2 map.

This updated version shows a similar number of roads, but the number has been reduced from 1,300 kilometres in 2009 to 800.

This change was needed to keep the network in a better shape, and it helps us to see how we are doing with the countrys highway network in the 21st century.

We’ve also upgraded the map of Highway 5, which is about 200 kilometres from Toronto to Montreal.

The updated map shows a more detailed and accurate picture, but also a lot of work has been done to update the information.

In particular, we are updating information on the length and width of the roadway network.

We’re also updating information about the speed and capacity of the roads, the number and frequency of construction projects and the number in use today.

The update includes information about whether there is construction going on on the road that is currently under construction and which projects are planned.

We also have information on whether there are current plans to build roads.

There is a link on the new highway map to the information for the road map for the year in question.

As part of this process, the Ministry of