Search on Narcity

While Canada's COVID-19 cases continue on a steep downward trend, the case rates in some parts of the country are still significantly higher than in others.

Case rates account for the number of cases per 100,000 people. Over the last seven days leading up to Monday, June 7, Canada's overall case rate is 33.

Government of Canada

Meanwhile, the highest number in the country comes from Manitoba with a rate of 133. This number is far higher than the second-highest case rate, which can be found in Saskatchewan at 58.

Following Saskatchewan is Alberta with a case rate of 41, followed by Ontario at 35. Overall, the Canadian Prairies are showing the highest COVID-19 case rates in the country.

The lowest case rate can be found in the Northwest Territories, which has a seven-day case rate of zero.

Recommended For You