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Canada - Burglary rate

426.6
(cases per 100,000 population)
in 2014

Between 2005 and 2014, burglary rate of Canada was declining at a moderating rate to shrink from 810.3 cases per 100,000 population in 2005 to 426.6 cases per 100,000 population in 2014.

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“Burglary” means gaining unauthorised access to a part of a building/dwelling or other premises; including by use of force; with the intent to steal goods (breaking and entering). “Burglary” should include; where possible; theft from a house; appartment or other dwelling place; factory; shop or office; from a military establishment; or by using false keys. It should exclude theft from a car; from a container; from a vending machine; from a parking meter and from fenced meadow/compound. (UN-CTS M4.6)

Date Value Change, %
2014 426.6 -3.71 %
2013 443.0 -12.19 %
2012 504.5 -3.80 %
2011 524.4 -9.04 %
2010 576.5 -5.56 %
2009 610.4 -3.51 %
2008 632.6 -9.88 %
2007 702.0 -8.93 %
2006 770.8 -4.87 %
2005 810.3 -6.25 %
2004 864.3 -4.16 %
2003 901.8