Cases of animal rabies
In 2010, Canada had 123 confirmed cases of rabies in domestic and wild animals. Most of the documented cases occurred in Manitoba (40), Ontario (39), and Saskatchewan (21). Québec had seven cases of rabies, all occurring in bats, while Northwest Territories and Nunavut had six cases, British Columbia five, Alberta three, and New Brunswick and Nova Scotia a single case each. No cases were reported in Newfoundland, Labrador, or Prince Edward Island.
For the breakdown of rabies cases in Canada since 1998 by province and species, visit the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) Web site.
Cases of human rabies
There have been three cases of human rabies in Canada since 2000. One case occurred in Québec in 2000. The other two occurred in British Columbia in 2003 and in Edmonton, Alberta in April 2007.
Source: Public Health Agency of Canada