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Fatal collisions by month

Fatal collisions by month
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2021 6 2 0 1 5 8 8 9 5 9 10 8
2022 5 8 5 4 3 no data no data no data no data no data no data no data

Serious collisions by month

Serious collisions by month
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2021 9 9 20 18 25 30 26 29 20 8 10 11
2022 6 7 8 2 14 no data no data no data no data no data no data no data

Fatal collisions by district

Fatal collisions by District
East North West
May 2022 1 0 2

Leading causal factors - fatal collisions

Leading causal factors - fatal collisions
Causal factors May 2022
Impaired driving 0
No safety equipment 1
Speed-related 1
Intersection 0
Distraction 0
Othertable 4 note 1 1

Table 4 Notes

Table 4 Note 1

Other: includes a factor not listed above - i.e. medical condition, pedestrian action

Return to table 4 note 1 referrer

Serious collisions by District

Serious collisions by District
East North West
May 2022 11 1 2

Provincial traffic enforcement (total tickets issued by month)

Provincial traffic enforcement (total tickets issued by month)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2021 2,287 2,318 3,440 3,518 3,989 3,700 4,685 3,170 3,140 2,798 2,814 1,974
2022 1,889 1,734 2,239 2,126 3,889 no data no data no data no data no data no data no data

Note: Data is taken at a point in time and is updated on a monthly basis. Numbers previously reported may change when reported at a later date due to changes in injury severity or additional investigation.

Definitions:

Fatal collision
collision resulting in at least one fatally injured person within 30 days of the date of the collision.
Serious injury collision
collision resulting in at least one non-fatally injured person. The severity of injury results in admission to hospital.
Contributing factors
  • Impaired Driving: at least one driver was impaired by alcohol and/or drug to any degree. Includes both confirmed (via breath or blood test, or toxicology report) and suspected (i.e. evidence at scene) cases.
  • No Safety Equipment: the injured person was not wearing a seatbelt (vehicle occupant) or helmet (ORV occupant).
  • Speed-related: the at-fault vehicle was traveling above the posted speed limit or driving too fast for road conditions.
  • Intersection: collision occurred at the intersection of two roadways and includes at least one vehicle that failed to stop or yield, or proceeded before it was safe to do so.
  • Distraction: includes driver inattention, cell phone, or other activity distracting the driver.
Ticket
a charge for a provincial offence issued via a Ticket, as defined in Part 2 of The Provincial Offences Act. Tickets are generally issued for less serious offences, have a pre-set fine, and do not compel the person to court. Only Tickets issued through the RCMP Electronic Ticketing system are included in this count.
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