Table 3
Victims of firearm-related homicide, by province and territory, Canada, 2011 and 2012

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Table 3
Victims of firearm-related homicide, by province and territory, Canada, 2011 and 2012
Table summary
This table displays the results of Victims of firearm-related homicide. The information is grouped by Province or territory (appearing as row headers), 2011, 2012 and Average 2002 to 2011, calculated using number, rate and percent of total homicides units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Province or territory 2011 2012 Average 2002 to 2011
number rateNote 1 percent of total homicidesNote 2 number rateNote 1 percent of total homicidesNote 2 number rateNote 1 percent of total homicidesNote 2
Newfoundland and Labrador 3 0.58 75.0 1 0.20 33.3 2 0.29 35.7
Prince Edward Island 0 0.00 0.0 0 0.00 ... 0 0.00 0.0
Nova Scotia 7 0.74 33.3 8 0.84 47.1 5 0.52 34.3
New Brunswick 2 0.26 25.0 3 0.40 50.0 2 0.31 29.5
Quebec 33 0.41 33.0 35 0.43 32.7 30 0.39 31.3
Ontario 47 0.35 29.7 58 0.43 36.9 62 0.49 34.9
Manitoba 9 0.72 17.3 6 0.47 12.5 9 0.79 19.9
Saskatchewan 5 0.47 14.3 8 0.74 29.6 5 0.53 15.7
Alberta 28 0.74 28.3 29 0.75 36.7 26 0.76 30.8
British Columbia 19 0.42 23.8 24 0.52 38.7 36 0.83 38.9
Yukon 0 0.00 ... 0 0.00 ... 0 0.61 13.3
Northwest Territories 2 4.52 66.7 0 0.00 0.0 1 1.15 22.7
Nunavut 3 8.94 42.9 0 0.00 0.0 1 4.19 31.7
Canada 158 0.46 27.8 172 0.49 33.4 180 0.55 31.7
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