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Top 8 Most Dangerous Cities in Canada 2024

Top 8 Most Dangerous Cities in Canada 2024

Known for its stunning landscapes and welcoming atmosphere, Canada is not susceptible to crime despite having friendly residents. However, due to its relatively low crime rate, Canada is counted as one of the safest countries worldwide. According to Numbeo, the crime index, a measure to express the frequency and severity of crimes, depicts that eight Canadian cities position among the global top 100 highest crime indices.

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This Crime Index, measures the total amount of crime over the previous 36 months and evaluates cities.

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The cities also have a Safety Index to gauge the risk level for residents and tourists. Despite the existence of crime, let’s not forget that Canada’s crime rates are comparatively low on a global scale, even in its most threatening cities. To ensure a secure and cherishable experience, awareness is vital for those planning to relocate or visit Canada.

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Amid the listed cities, Surrey in British Columbia has witnessed a significant hike in drug-related offenses, resulting in a crime index of 64.28. Other cities with their own distinct challenges ranging from drug issues to violent crimes are also on the list, including:

  • Lethbridge
  • Kelowna
  • Red Deer
  • Sudbury
  • Sault Ste. Marie
  • Oshawa
  • Winnipeg

Despite these statistics, Canada’s safety and low crime rates stand out compared to other countries. This stresses the necessity of vigilance without obscuring the country’s many attractions and safe habitats.

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