Between 2010 and 2015, the rate of domestic homicides in Saskatchewan was 2.28 per 100 thousand. Of all the provinces, only Manitoba’s 3.36 was higher. Ontario, by contrast, despite having the largest population in the country, also had one of the lowest domestic homicide rates. In a study on domestic homicides, the Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative says, over the six years of the study, there were 476 victims, 427 of whom were adults, 49 who were 17 year old or younger. Indigenous homicide victims in Saskatchewan accounted for 5 per cent of the total number of Indigenous victims across Canada over the period, with two deaths. Manitoba, at 12 deaths, accounted for 27 per cent of the victims. There was only one Immigrant and refugee death from domestic homicide in Saskatchewan, accounting for two percent of the total. Ontario, with 30 deaths, accounted for 46 per cent of the total. Four children died in domestic violence in Saskatchewan between 2010 and 2015. That was 11 per cent of the total across Canada. Quebec had the largest proportion at 32 per cent. Most domestic homicides in rural, remote and northern communities happened in Ontario at 25 per cent. Saskatchewan came next at 12 per cent, with 13 victims.