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Province/territory Age-adjusted emergency department visits per 100,000 population Age-adjusted hospitalizations per 100,000 population Absolute difference in age-adjusted hospitalizations per 100,000 population,
2016 to 2017

Notes
* Quebec data is from 2016.
† Nunavut data is supressed due to low volume.
— Not collected.
n/a: Not available.
Absolute rate difference is not included for Yukon and the Northwest Territories due to variability resulting from low volumes.
Emergency department visit data is limited to Ontario, Alberta and Yukon, as other jurisdictions do not submit the level of detail and coverage required for this analysis.

Sources
National Ambulatory Care Reporting System and Hospital Morbidity Database, Canadian Institute for Health Information.

Newfoundland and Labrador Not collected 16.4 +6.0
Prince Edward Island Not collected 10.2 -4.0
Nova Scotia Not collected 8.4 -1.6
New Brunswick Not collected 13.1 -4.0
Quebec Not collected 9.7 Not available
Ontario 55.3 14.8 +1.6
Manitoba Not collected 12.2 +2.5
Saskatchewan Not collected 21.7 -2.0
Alberta  102.9 22.7 -0.3
British Columbia Not collected 29.3 +5.1
Yukon 103.4 31.8 Not available
Northwest Territories Not collected 33.7 Not available
Nunavut Not collected Nunavut data is supressed due to low volume. Not available
Canada Not collected 16.4 Not available

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