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Canada’s most dangerous cities: Breaking and entering

Fifty-three of the top 100 cities have rates worse than the national average

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From Canada’s most dangerous cities: 2010:

The Canadian rate is 610 properties broken into per 100,000 population, but an astonishing 53 of the top 100 cities have rates worse than the national average.

RANK
CITIES
PERCENTAGE DIFFERENCE WITH THE NATIONAL RATE
1 Chilliwack, B.C. 104.28%
2 Brome-Missisquoi, Que. 89.70
3 Burnaby, B.C. 70.46
4 Prince George, B.C. 66.62
5 Victoriaville, Que. 63.70
6 Granby, Que. 61.70
7 Drummondville, Que. 61.31
8 Chatham-Kent, Ont. 58.70
9 New Westminster, B.C. 58.11
10 Joliette, Que. 57.11
11 Saskatoon, Sask. 52.55
12 Langley Township, B.C. 50.94
13 Surrey, B.C. 50.12
14 Shawinigan, Que. 49.12
15 Kelowna, B.C. 48.11
16 Maple Ridge, B.C. 47.34
17 Regina, Sask. 44.76
18 Trois-Rivières, Que. 44.45
19 Saint-Jérôme, Que. 43.42
20 Maskoutains, Que. 40.60
21 Montréal, Que. 39.82
22 Belleville, Ont. 39.25
23 Winnipeg, Man. 37.91
24 Vancouver, B.C. 36.90
25 Sorel-Tracy, Que. 35.33
26 Nanaimo, B.C. 35.12
27 Victoria, B.C. 34.79
28 St.Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Que. 30.95
29 Edmonton, Alta. 30.82
30 Brantford, Ont. 29.44
31 Red Deer, Alta. 26.19
32 St. John’s, Nfld. 25.70
33 Salaberry-De-Valleyfield, Que. 24.93
34 North Vancouver, B.C. 24.72
35 Mirabel, Que. 20.63
36 Québec, Que. 19.31
37 Gatineau, Que. 18.55
38 Thunder Bay, Ont. 18.14
39 Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 16.40
40 St-Eustache, Que. 14.53
41 London, Ont. 14.40
42 Abbotsford, B.C. 13.84
43 St. Catharines, Ont. 13.83
44 Alma, Que. 13.24
45 Lethbridge, Alta. 13.01
46 Terrebonne, Que. 11.63
47 Grande Prairie, Alta. 8.40
48 Sarnia, Ont. 6.40
49 Windsor, Ont. 5.76
50 Saint John, N.B. 5.00
51 Cornwall, Ont. 4.97
52 Longueuil, Que. 3.51
53 Fort McMurray, Alta. 1.58
54 Saguenay, Que. -1.79
55 Richmond, B.C. -5.99
56 Peterborough, Ont. -6.40
57 Coquitlam, B.C. -7.10
58 Sudbury, Ont. -7.20
59 Sherbrooke, Que. -7.30
60 Medicine Hat, Alta. -8.22
61 Moncton, N.B. -9.46
62 Halifax Region, N.S. -9.64
63 Laval, Que. -9.86
64 Kamloops, B.C. -12.53
65 Roussillon, Que. -13.22
66 Port Coquitlam, B.C. -14.47
67 Hamilton, Ont. -16.20
68 Kitchener, Ont. -17.01
69 Calgary, Alta. -17.78
70 Thérèse-De-Blainville, Qc. -17.96
71 Cape Breton, N.S. -19.01
72 Delta, B.C. -19.07
73 Richelieu Saint-Laurent, Que. -22.09
74 Châteauguay, Que. -22.93
75 West Vancouver, B.C. -23.04
76 Blainville, Que. -24.50
77 Kingston, Ont. -26.93
78 Barrie, Ont. -27.87
79 Fredericton, N.B. -28.16
80 North Bay, Ont. -28.52
81 Guelph, Ont. -29.39
82 Vaudreuil-Soulange, Que. -31.06
83 Lévis, Que. -34.07
84 Norfolk, Ont. (Opp) -37.00
85 N. Vancouver District, B.C. -37.48
86 Rimouski, Que. -38.59
87 Wellington County, Ont. -38.92
88 Durham Region (Oshawa/Whitby/Ajax), Ont. -39.28
89 St. Albert, Alta. -39.30
90 Ottawa, Ont. -40.77
91 Toronto, Ont. -41.74
92 Nottawasaga, Ont. -44.12
93 Repentigny, Que. -44.45
94 Sherwood Park, Alta. -44.76
95 Peel Region (Mississauga/Brampton), Ont. -48.20
96 Innisfil, Ont. -51.98
97 Saanich, B.C. -52.01
98 Oakville, Ont. -56.78
99 York Region (Markham/Vaughn), Ont. -60.08
100 Caledon, Ont. -73.77