Police-reported hate crime by type of motivation among the nine largest census metropolitan areas (CMA), 2006
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1. Includes language, disability, gender and other similar factors, such as profession and political beliefs.
2. Rate per 100,000 population
3. A census metropolitan area (CMA) refers to a large urban core (at least 100,000 population) combined with adjacent urban and rural areas that have a high degree of economic and social integration. A CMA usually comprises more than one police service.
4. Excludes data from the Halton Regional Police Service and the Durham Regional Police Service due to the incongruity between the police service jurisdictional boundaries and the CMA boundaries.
5. The high number of unknown motivations in Vancouver is primarily the result of hate crimes reported by the RCMP under the aggregate UCR survey.
Note: Includes data from municipal and provincial police services as well as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in British Columbia, covering 87% of the Canadian population.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR2.2) Survey and Supplemental Hate Crime Survey.
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