A One-Day Snapshot of Aboriginal Youth in Custody Across Canada : Phase II

Figure7: Percentage of Available Beds Occupied in Each Province

This is a horizontal bar graph that shows the percentage of available beds occupied in each province.

The x-axis shows the percentage of beds filled by intervals of 10, from 0 to 80.

The y-axis is divided into 13 categories, which represent the provinces/administrations. From top to bottom: Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Yukon, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Canada.

  • In Nunavut, approximately 75% of beds are occupied.
  • In the Northwest Territories, approximately 34% of beds are occupied.
  • In the Yukon, approximately 62% of beds are occupied.
  • In British Columbia, approximately 52% of beds are occupied.
  • In Alberta, approximately 35% of beds are occupied.
  • In Saskatchewan, approximately 65% of beds are occupied.
  • In Manitoba, approximately 66% of beds are occupied.
  • In Ontario, approximately 48% of beds are occupied.
  • In New Brunswick, 48% of beds are occupied.
  • In Nova Scotia, approximately 60% of beds are occupied.
  • In Prince Edward Island, approximately 54% of beds are occupied.
  • In Newfoundland, approximately 49% of beds are occupied.
  • For Canada as a whole, 43% of beds are occupied.
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