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Description for chart 3
Police-reported impaired driving incidents, Atlantic provinces, 2001 to 2011

The title of the graph is "Chart 3 Police-reported impaired driving incidents, Atlantic provinces, 2001 to 2011."
This is a line chart.
There are in total 11 categories in the horizontal axis. The vertical axis starts at 0 and ends at 600 with ticks every 100 points.
There are 4 series in this graph.
The vertical axis is "rate per 100,000 population."
The units of the horizontal axis are years from 2001 to 2011.
The title of series 1 is " Prince Edward Island."
The minimum value is 333.09 occurring in 2008.
The maximum value is 507.69 occurring in 2010.
The title of series 2 is " New Brunswick."
The minimum value is 257.22 occurring in 2006.
The maximum value is 363.98 occurring in 2008.
The title of series 3 is " Nova Scotia."
The minimum value is 252.51 occurring in 2002.
The maximum value is 363.14 occurring in 2010.
The title of series 4 is " Newfoundland and Labrador."
The minimum value is 170.45 occurring in 2004.
The maximum value is 415.43 occurring in 2010.

Chart 3 Police-reported impaired driving incidents, Atlantic provinces, 2001 to 2011, rate per 100,000 population
  Prince Edward Island New Brunswick Nova Scotia Newfoundland and Labrador
2001 399.52 325.02 283.45 214.74
2002 398.17 314.41 252.51 190.36
2003 443.81 281.83 262.62 183.79
2004 396.59 276.63 278.59 170.45
2005 397.67 323.81 299.06 188.58
2006 417.63 257.22 287.63 218.89
2007 437.89 289.20 275.38 278.84
2008 333.09 363.98 284.57 312.62
2009 465.94 322.27 334.90 339.78
2010 507.69 350.54 363.14 415.43
2011 492.96 295.58 327.57 362.14
Note: Rates are calculated on the basis of 100,000 population (all ages). Populations based upon July 1st estimates from Statistics Canada, Demography Division. Based on incidents where impaired driving was the most serious offence.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.