There were a lot of violent crimes reported in the year 2017.
But according to a new study, there were only about 1,000 crimes reported each month.
According to a press release from the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, the number of violent crime offences was actually down from 2016, which was the lowest year-on-year since 2005.
Here’s a breakdown of the most reported violent crimes for the year.
(CBC) The new report also found that, on average, there was only one violent crime reported every month in Canada.
That means that, across the country, there’s only about one violent offence reported every day, according to the release.
This is not to say that there aren’t crimes committed in other ways, but there was no crime in Canada that was so egregious that it warranted the headline-grabbing headlines.
The study found that about 80 per cent of violent offences were committed by a family member, spouse, or friend.
This includes domestic violence, sexual assault, and property damage.
The majority of violent incidents in Canada involved someone committing a serious crime against a child.
It’s also worth noting that the number reported to the police increased by more than 50 per cent between the year 2016 and 2017.
And in some cases, that increase in the number reporting was due to more serious crimes.
The Canadian Centre of Justice Statistics says the increase in violent crime was due in part to the increased use of social media and increased use by offenders of other forms of communication.
While the number for the total number of reported crimes increased by 30 per cent, the total of the violent crime data for Canada was down about 60 per cent.
This isn’t to say the number was actually decreased.
The number of crime reported in Canada fell slightly in the second quarter of 2017, compared to the first quarter of 2018, but the decrease in violent crimes wasn’t enough to make up for the fall in the total crime rate.
This suggests that the crime rate is rising.
And this is the conclusion of a new report released by the Canadian Justice Research Centre.
The report, entitled “Violent Crime: The Decline in the Numbers,” says that, over the last year, there have been about 2,600 violent crimes committed, or about one incident every six minutes.
This was down from the 2,831 incidents reported in 2017, or one incident about every eight minutes.
The crime rate for the country also fell slightly from the 1,921 incidents reported last year to 1,636 incidents reported this year.
It should be noted that the study does not include violent crimes involving property damage or assault.
The researchers point out that this means that the total amount of crime committed in Canada is lower than it was in the previous year.
In the past, the Canadian Criminal Code has been used to classify violent crimes as “aggravated assault,” “aggregate assault,” and “aggressive assault.”
In other words, they include incidents that involve more than one person and include the use of a weapon.
In 2018, the Criminal Code used a different category called “aggrevated assault” that was more expansive than “aggrivated assault.”
The researchers argue that these changes are an attempt to protect public safety and should be supported.
“In a more expansive definition, Aggrevated Assault would be defined as any violent incident in which a person uses a weapon against another person, regardless of the amount or nature of force used or the nature of the injury,” the researchers say.
They point out, however, that “Aggrevated assaults can be used in other circumstances, such as when a victim is injured in an assault or when a person has no intention of stopping the assault.”
So while the report suggests that Canada’s violent crime rate might be down in 2018, it still means that more than 1,700 violent crimes were committed in 2017.