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The Toronto area’s homicide rate hits a new low (in a good way)

1.34

—The Toronto area’s 2013 homicide rate, according to Statistics Canada. (That’s per 100,000 residents. Canada’s most murderous city, Regina, had a rate of 3.84.) The highest the number got in the last 10 years was 2.08, back in 2007; it’s been trending downward ever since.

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