Does Alberta have a lot of crime?
The rate of crime in Alberta is 80.36 per 1,000 residents during a standard year. People who live in Alberta generally consider the north part of the city to be the safest.
Is Alberta the best province in Canada?
In the centre of Canada, you’ll find three huge, flat provinces called the Prairie provinces. Of these, Alberta is generally considered the better place to live. Calgary Downtown, Alberta. Because of its vast flat expanses, Alberta has a massive farming culture.
Is Edmonton a dangerous city?
Edmonton crime rates are 74\% higher than the national average. Violent crimes in Edmonton are 36\% higher than the national average. In Edmonton you have a 1 in 14 chance of becoming a victim of crime. Edmonton is safer than 29\% of the cities in Canada. Year over year crime in Edmonton has increased by 3\%.
How does Edmonton’s homicide rate compare with other Canadian cities?
A new Statistics Canada report indicates Edmonton had the third-highest homicide rate in Canada last year. The statistics suggested Edmonton’s homicide rate was 3.49 per 100,000 population (49 homicides total in 2017), with only Thunder Bay and Abbotsford-Mission having higher rates among metropolitan areas.
Why does Edmonton have a worse crime rate than Detroit?
Obviously Detroit is way up there and has a bad reputation because of that. If Edmonton has a comparatively bad crime rate in Canada it is because the rest of Canada has an over all low crime rate – especially when compared to our American neighbors.
Does Alberta have a higher crime rate than other provinces?
Alberta has the lowest average age of all the provinces — and since the most violent crime per 100,000 people is committed by people aged 18 to 24, a younger city like Edmonton will likely have a higher crime rate, Bucerius said.