Statistics Canada exaggerates firearms violence

Gun violence is exaggerated in Statistics Canada reports because Stats Can uses an absurd definition of “firearms-related crime.” Recently I compared so-called “firearms-related” violent crime with the actual criminal misuse of firearms by analyzing a Special Request to Statistics Canada.

 

See Table 1A on my website for a province-by-province comparison of Statistics Canada’s “firearms-related” crime with the frequencies of the actual criminal misuse of a firearm (http://www.sfu.ca/~mauser/papers/StatsCan/Table1A.pdf).

Read the whole article:

http://www.sfu.ca/~mauser/papers/StatsCan/Gun-crime.pdf

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