Canada’s Most Dangerous Cities

Canada’s most dangerous cities 2016: How safe is your city?

When it comes to several categories of crime, see how Canada’s 100 biggest cities stack up against each other

Canada’s real marijuana problem

No drug comes close to cannabis when it comes to the number of criminal offences

Canadian crime explained in 13 charts

Find out where crime rates are highest, lowest—and which regions in Canada are most dangerous.

On crime, Winnipeg achieves a minor miracle

Once near the top of Canada’s Most Dangerous Cities list, Winnipeg is now at No. 19

Grande Prairie is the most dangerous city in Canada

Crime in Canada rose for the first time in 12 years in 2015, led by Western cities

Murder, he wrote: Colby Cosh investigates Canada’s homicide files

Police today are solving fewer homicides than they did in the 1960s

Kudos: And now the good news

Canada’s most dangerous cities: the good news

Yes, there’s been an overall decline in crime levels in Canada—but some areas stand out as especially safe

Canada’s most dangerous city: Prince George

Gang wars, drug abuse and a serial killer guaranteed Prince George, B.C., the top spot

Canada’s most dangerous cities: Newfoundland’s other boom

The prosperity and good jobs lifting the province’s fortunes have also attracted more criminals

Canada’s most dangerous cities: Vancouver’s crackdown on crime is paying off

Police chief Jim Chu on his six-step approach to a safer city

Most likely to get robbed

Canada’s most dangerous cities: robbery

In 2010 Winnipeggers endured 2,000 robberies

Most likely to be murdered

Canada’s most dangerous cities: homicide

Seven murders gave the city top spot in 2010, well above the national rate