The number of days per year the average worker called in sick, or took the day off for personal reasons, by province:
1. Saskatchewan: 11 days missed
2. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec (tie): 10.8 days missed
3. Newfoundland and Manitoba (tie): 10.2 days missed
4. P.E.I. and B.C. (tie): 9.9 days missed
5. Ontario: 8.3 days missed
6. Alberta: 7.9 days missed
Source: Statistics Canada (2011)
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