Monthly Archives: November 2012

You Can Help Reduce The Edmonton Crime Rate

The Edmonton Crime rate is one of the highest in Canada being above the national average in severity of crimes and violent crime in Edmonton. Much of the country has seen a drop in crime over the past decade, but … Continue reading

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Ottawa Crime Rates Are Climbing

Ottawa Crime has declined as far as break ins with weapons are concerned. In 2010 there were over 28,000 reported property crimes in Ottawa. That figure dropped slightly in 2011 and 2012, but that does not mean that you can … Continue reading

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Violent Crime In Calgary Is Lower While Property Crime Is Higher

Although violent crime in Calgary has seen a decline in recent years, property crime has not. Even the safest neighborhoods can be burgled at any time of the day or night with home break in’s and invasions on the rise. … Continue reading

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Property Crime in Vancouver is on the Increase

Although the trend for property crime saw a decrease in much of Canada, crime in Vancouver has increased by 7.5% with burglary jumping a whopping 12.1%. Compared to most major cities in the United States, Vancouver has a lower crime … Continue reading

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