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Canada

Canada Conflict Stats

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STAT AMOUNT DATE RANK HISTORY
Terrorism > Global Terrorism Index 1.18 2014 73th out of 155
Terrorism > Government reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said that the death of bin Laden "secures a sense of justice for the families of the 24 Canadians murdered (on September 11, 2001)" and said that "Canada receives the news of the death of Osama bin Laden with sober satisfaction". The Canadian government also urged caution, for those Canadians in Pakistan, citing security concerns in a volatile environment. Those whose lives were effected by the September 11 attacks, expressed a feeling of closure, or muted victory. 2014
War > World War I > Allied casualties as percentage of total mobilized 34% 1918 8th out of 18
War > World War I > Allied mobilized personnel 628,964 1918 10th out of 19
War > World War I > Allied wounded in action during World War I 149,732 1918 7th out of 19
War > World War I > Deaths as percent of population 0.92% 2014 12th out of 19
War > World War I > Indirect civilian deaths 2,000 2014 10th out of 10
War > World War I > Military deaths 64,976 2014 9th out of 16
War > World War I > Military wounded 149,732 2014 7th out of 16
War > World War I > Total allied casualties 214,676 1918 8th out of 19
War > World War I > Total deaths 66,976 2014 12th out of 19
War > World War II > Deaths, percent of pre-war population 0.4 1939 15th out of 31
War > World War II > Total deaths 45,400 1945 11th out of 30

Citation

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Canada Conflict Profiles (Subcategories)

War 11