==there was a collective loss of 24,051 years of life due to fire
==the study concluded that these lives that were shortened or lost from fire cost the Canadian economy $7.6 billion Canadian ($5.6 billion U.S.).
==the average cost to treat a burn patient averaged $85,000 Canadian ($64,000 U.S.)
The first phase of Sunnybrook’s study analyzed the cost of treating patients injured from home fires, placing treatment costs at $96 million Canadian ($71 million U.S.). When all resources were accounted for–including rehabilitation, transportation, and property loss–that number swelled to $3.6 billion Canadian ($2.2 billion U.S.)