Disorder events included are: Drunk, Disturbance, Indecent Act, Juvenile Complaint, Landlord/tenant, Mental health concern, Neighbor dispute, Party complaint, Prowler, Suspicious person, Threats, Drugs, Noise complaint, Possible gunshots, Unwanted guest/patron, Prostitution, Speeder, Suspicious Auto (grouped as Social Disorder), Fire, Property damage and Abandoned auto (grouped as Physical Disorder. Crime count is based on the most serious violation (MSV) per incident. Violence: These figures include all violent crime offences as defined by the Centre for Canadian Justice Statistics Universal Crime Reporting (UCR) rules. Domestic violence is excluded. Break and Enter: Residential B&E includes both House and ‘Other’ structure break and enters due to the predominantly residential nature of this type of break in (e.g. detached garages, sheds). B&Es incidents include attempts.
**Resident counts for 2018 will be made available once 2018 census data is complete.**
This guide is intended to get you started with our Open data portal. It includes tutorials, videos and links for more information to help you learn and apply the tools for exploring and interacting with our data. So go ahead, indulge in our data!
View up-to-the-minute traffic camera images of current road conditions on major routes as well as other key intersections. *These cameras are solely for traffic monitoring and not enforcement. Cameras can be down for maintenance or in the case of collisions, to protect the identity of those involved.*
This is a measure of the rain accumulated at various rain gauges throughout the City during the rain season, which typically runs from May 1- Sep 30. Readings are taken at 5 minute intervals, and updated daily.
This data is QA/QC'd on an annual basis at the end of the calendar year at which time some adjustments may be made to the data. Users should keep in mind that data viewed before March 31 of the following year should be considered in a ‘raw’ state and may be subject to change