Table 5
Police-reported crime for selected offences, by province and territory, 2011

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Table 5
Police-reported crime for selected offences, by province and territory, 2011
Province
and territory
Homicide Attempted murder Major assault
(levels 2 and 3)
Robbery
number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011Note 1 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011Note 1 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011
Newfoundland and
Labrador
4 0.8 Note : not applicable 3 0.6 Note : not applicable 685 134 3 110 22 -32
Prince Edward Island 1 0.7 Note : not applicable 0 0.0 Note : not applicable 136 93 4 16 11 -28
Nova Scotia 22 2.3 5 60 6.3 150 1,499 159 15 468 50 -5
New Brunswick 8 1.1 -11 17 2.3 30 986 131 0 136 18 -5
Quebec 105 1.3 24 173 2.2 -16 11,194 140 -5 6,768 85 4
Ontario 161 1.2 -16 221 1.7 -11 14,659 110 -5 11,511 86 -2
Manitoba 53 4.2 16 31 2.5 18 4,483 358 -3 2,231 178 1
Saskatchewan 38 3.6 10 28 2.6 -8 3,951 373 -3 1,085 103 -16
Alberta 109 2.9 39 38 1.0 -11 6,762 179 -3 2,917 77 -11
British Columbia 87 1.9 4 79 1.7 3 8,278 181 -9 4,465 98 -10
Yukon 0 0.0 Note : not applicable 4 11.5 Note : not applicable 208 600 25 13 38 -24
Northwest Territories 3 6.9 Note : not applicable 1 2.3 Note : not applicable 455 1,042 13 14 32 -41
Nunavut 7 21.0 15 0 0.0 Note : not applicable 374 1,122 0 12 36 -16
Canada 598 1.7 7 655 1.9 -3 53,670 156 -4 29,746 86 -3
… not applicable
1. Due to the variability in small numbers, percent changes have not been calculated when the number of offences is below 5 in any given year.
Note: Counts are based upon the most serious violation in the incident. One incident may involve multiple violations. Provincial and territorial data for specific types of crime are available (in most cases) beginning in 1977. Rates are calculated on the basis of 100,000 population. Percent change based on unrounded rates. Populations based upon July 1st estimates from Statistics Canada, Demography Division.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
Table 5 continued
Province
and territory
Sexual assault
(levels 1, 2 and 3)
Sexual violations against children Break and enter Motor vehicle theft
number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011 numberNote 2 rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011Note 1 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011
Newfoundland and
Labrador
330 65 -10 82 16 -13 3,136 614 -8 593 116 6
Prince Edward Island 76 52 22 23 16 -6 689 472 -7 120 82 3
Nova Scotia 708 75 4 105 11 13 4,764 504 -10 1,308 138 2
New Brunswick 548 73 -8 135 18 0 3,379 447 -8 1,215 161 -3
Quebec 3,855 48 -11 1,040 13 -4 50,395 632 -7 22,397 281 -8
Ontario 7,821 58 0 866 6 11 50,719 379 -9 20,768 155 -9
Manitoba 1,477 118 1 175 14 28 9,305 744 -10 3,919 313 -31
Saskatchewan 1,123 106 -4 221 21 -5 9,079 858 -9 4,967 470 -2
Alberta 2,739 72 0 356 9 -14 18,534 490 -19 13,461 356 -13
British Columbia 2,700 59 -7 749 16 10 29,723 650 -6 13,186 288 -18
Yukon 64 185 -5 4 12 Note : not applicable 192 554 -22 114 329 -30
Northwest Territories 179 410 -4 16 37 7 747 1,710 4 213 488 -4
Nunavut 201 603 -1 50 150 33 555 1,666 -18 150 450 -28
Canada 21,821 63 -3 3,822 11 3 181,217 526 -9 82,411 239 -12
… not applicable
1. Due to the variability in small numbers, percent changes have not been calculated when the number of offences is below 5 in any given year.
2. Includes sexual interference, invitation to sexual touching, sexual exploitation, and luring a child via a computer. Excludes incidents of child pornography due to limited information on victim characteristics.
Note: Counts are based upon the most serious violation in the incident. One incident may involve multiple violations. Provincial and territorial data for specific types of crime are available (in most cases) beginning in 1977. Rates are calculated on the basis of 100,000 population. Percent change based on unrounded rates. Populations based upon July 1st estimates from Statistics Canada, Demography Division.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
Table 5 continued
Province
and territory
Impaired drivingNote 3 CannabisNote 4 CocaineNote 4 Other drugsNote 4Note 5
number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011 number rate percent change in rate 2010 to 2011
Newfoundland and
Labrador
1,849 362 -13 1,114 218 5 240 47 20 344 67 2
Prince Edward Island 719 493 -3 169 116 2 28 19 -17 124 85 107
Nova Scotia 3,097 328 -10 2,472 261 4 343 36 8 454 48 3
New Brunswick 2,233 296 -16 1,463 194 -3 251 33 12 383 51 -6
Quebec 16,820 211 2 16,024 201 -1 2,099 26 6 5,071 64 12
Ontario 17,326 130 -1 23,054 172 4 4,986 37 -3 5,659 42 -1
Manitoba 4,031 322 7 2,088 167 5 875 70 19 383 31 1
Saskatchewan 7,229 683 9 3,471 328 24 1,236 117 73 680 64 8
Alberta 17,001 450 -1 7,597 201 2 2,914 77 -1 1,291 34 -9
British Columbia 18,835 412 15 19,412 424 1 4,504 98 -8 3,123 68 5
Yukon 327 943 -20 134 387 17 44 127 -3 7 20 -68
Northwest Territories 639 1,463 -14 543 1,243 -4 120 275 -12 34 78 -34
Nunavut 171 513 -19 413 1,239 20 3 9 -41 14 42 130
Canada 90,277 262 2 77,954 226 3 17,643 51 2 17,567 51 3
3. Includes alcohol and/or drug impaired operation of a vehicle, alcohol and/or drug impaired operation of a vehicle causing death or bodily harm, failure or refusal to comply with testing for the presence of alcohol or drugs and failure or refusal to provide a breath or blood sample.
4. Includes possession, trafficking, production or distribution.
5. Includes other drugs such as heroin, crystal meth and ecstasy. Also includes precursors and equipment.
Note: Counts are based upon the most serious violation in the incident. One incident may involve multiple violations. Provincial and territorial data for specific types of crime are available (in most cases) beginning in 1977. Rates are calculated on the basis of 100,000 population. Percent change based on unrounded rates. Populations based upon July 1st estimates from Statistics Canada, Demography Division.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
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