As Canadians, I'd say we typically think our country is a pretty safe place. And, in comparison with our neighbours to the south, that's probably true.
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However, every rose has it's thorn, right? There are tons of dangerous towns and cities all around the country. In a report by Maclean's, they ranked the 229 most dangerous places in all of Canada. From that list, we've rounded up the places in each province and territory that are currently ranked as the most dangerous.
Check out this list if you want to know where not to go in your province.
Québec - Montreal
Thankfully, crime is actually down in Montreal. However, that wasn't enough to keep the city from coming in at number 97 on the list. Their robbery rate is almost double what the national average is. Québec City came in at 145th.
Newfoundland and Labrador - St. John's
The capital of NL is ranked at number 77 for the most dangerous places in Canada. Homicide and firearm offences are both on the rise, as well as breaking and entering. Corner Brook (105) and Labrador City (158) also made the list.
Nova Scotia - Truro
This small Nova Scotian town of under 13,000 people ranks as number 47 on the list. While homicide in this town isn't an issue, assault, sexual assault, firearm offences, robbery, and drug trafficking are. New Glasgow (69), Metropolitan Halifax (121) and Cape Breton (157) are also on the list.
New Brunswick - Bathurst
Another small town with around 12,000, Bathurst, NB ranks as number 42. Their breaking and entering rate is more than double the Canadian average. Assault, sexual assault and robbery are also on the rise.
Prince Edward Island - Summerside
Summerside, PEI ranks as the 36th most dangerous place in Canada. Their assault and sexual assault rate are both well over the Canadian average. Drug trafficking is also on the rise right now. PEI's capital, Charlottetown is ranked at number 133.
Ontario - Temiskaming Shores
This Northeastern Ontario city has a sexual assault rate over half of the national average. Temiskaming Shores ranks as number 25 on the list. They have a serious problem with drug trafficking. They also have a high rate of young offenders, which is almost three times higher than the national average. Toronto ranks at number 124 while Ottawa is at number 144.
Alberta - Red Deer
Red Deer, Alberta is number 5 on the list. The homicide rate is almost twice the national average. Breaking and entering as well as drug trafficking is on the rise. Edmonton came in at number 31 on the list and Calgary came in as 93rd.
British Columbia - Williams Lake
Williams Lake, BC came in at number 4. Violent crime is on the rise and their sexual assault rate is almost four times the national average. Trafficking everything from marijuana to cocaine is a big issue in this city of 10,000 people. Vancouver is ranked number 35.
Manitoba - Thompson
Thompson, Manitoba is at number 2. Their assault rate is a whopping 12 times the national average. Their homicide rate per 100,000 people clocks in at 21.03 which is almost 13 times the Canadian average. Winnipeg ranks at number 40 on the list.
Saskatchewan - North Battleford
North Battleford is the number one most dangerous place in Canada right now. Assault, firearm offenses, robbery, breaking and entering, and drug trafficking are all on the rise. Their future doesn't look too bright either as they also have an insane amount of young offenders which is 29 times the national average. Saskatoon is number 22 on the list.
Stay safe out there, Canada!