Cache Growth in Canada

Its official, summer is over and the cold dreary days of fall are here. But that doesn’t seem to be slowing anyone down. Seeking and placing are both still going strong. And after having a strong hold on the most caches in Canada, Quebec has finally stepped back and Ontario has taken over the top spot. The highest percentage of growth goes to the rock known as Newfoundland. For all you snowbirds that stop caching once the snow flies, you’d better get out there and get busy. For the rest of you, see you at the next update when we will probably be talking about how deep the snow is.
ID Province Previous Month Current Month Change
69 Ontario 15647 16286 4.08%
62 Quebec 15777 16127 2.22%
64 BC 12427 12881 3.65%
63 Alberta 8194 8393 2.43%
68 NS 6460 6609 2.31%
66 NB 5237 5323 1.64%
65 Manitoba 2692 2782 3.34%
71 Sask 2468 2565 3.93%
67 NF 2247 2354 4.76%
70 PEI 1052 1074 2.09%
74 YK 124 126 1.61%
72 NWT 76 78 2.63%
73 Nunavut 25 24 -4.00%

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