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Canada

27 July 2007

Toronto Star (Ontario)

Canadian teens are safer now than in the 1980s, according to a new national study in the Journal of Adolescent Health this month. Most parents would say this contradicts the headlines and sound bites this summer about Toronto's tragic mix of teens and gun violence and high-speed crashes. According to researchers at the Public Health Agency of Canada, teens may be safer today because of prevention programs that aim for safer driving and gun control. But that doesn't... (GunPolicy.org)

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