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Canada’s worst places to live

Highest crime rate: North Battleford, Saskatchewan



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Highest crime rate: North Battleford, Saskatchewan

Days above 0°C/year: 166.2
Pop. change '11 to '12: 0.97%
Jobless rate: 5.54%
Average house price: $194,918

This town measures 360.99 on the Crime Severity Index due to a number of factors including high unemployment and a lack of resources.

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