Victims of Crime Research Digest, Issue No. 7

Figure 2: Number of alcohol-related driver fatalities by province and territory, 2010

Figure 2: Number of alcohol-related driver fatalities by province and territory, 2010

Source: Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada, Alcohol-Crash Problem in Canada: 2010.

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A vertical bar chart illustrates the counts of fatally wounded drivers who had alcohol detected in their blood stream following their fatal accident. The Y Axis represents counts of fatalities, from 0 to a maximum of 180. The X axis presents the provinces and territories of Canada, from left to right: P.E.I., N.B., N.L., N.S., Q.C., O.N., M.B., S.K., A.B., B.C., Y.T., N.W.T., and N.U. The highest counts of fatally wounded drivers with alcohol in their bloodstream were reported in Ontario (165), Alberta (106), and Quebec (95). Source: Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada's "Alcohol Crash Problem in Canada: 2010".

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