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Table 2 Police officers in census metropolitan areas

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Police officers in census metropolitan areas
  2009 2008 to 2009
  number rate1 % change in rate
500,000 and over population      
Montréal 6,989 186 -1.3
Winnipeg 1,418 186 0.7
Toronto 9,828 178 0.6
Edmonton 1,753 154 3.0
Hamilton 1,098 156 2.7
Vancouver 3,527 155 1.3
Calgary 1,814 153 3.6
Ottawa2 1,350 148 -1.6
Kitchener 739 145 -1.7
Québec 1,018 138 -1.0
100,000 to less than 500,000 population      
Thunder Bay 260 217 3.4
Saint John 211 207 1.1
Regina 411 196 4.3
Windsor 597 179 -0.6
St. John's 327 178 6.8
Halifax 688 174 -0.3
Saskatoon 457 177 -0.8
Brantford 228 166 0.0
Peterborough 195 161 ..
St. Catharines–Niagara 707 160 -2.7
Guelph 191 157 4.2
Greater Sudbury 255 155 2.2
Abbotsford–Mission 256 151 3.9
Victoria 531 153 2.9
Barrie 288 148 2.7
Trois-Rivières 214 145 -1.5
London 703 145 0.6
Kingston 223 142 2.0
Gatineau3 420 142 -0.9
Sherbrooke 240 131 4.8
Saguenay 178 123 -0.2
Moncton 150 113 -2.5
Kelowna 171 98 0.1
not available for a specific reference period
Rate per 100,000 population.
Represents the Ontario portion of the Ottawa–Gatineau census metropolitan area.
Represents the Quebec portion of the Ottawa–Gatineau census metropolitan area.