Crime is not necessarily a big-city phenomenon in Canada, according toStatistics Canada. Small urban areas have higher crime rates than large metropolitan areas, while homicide rates are highest in rural areas.
The crime rate in small urban areas is 43% higher than in metropolitan areas and 58% higher than in rural areas.
When broken down into types of offences, rates of violent crime, property crime and break-ins are all highest in small urban areas.
NOt sure the comparison can not be made because of population, I think any difference has more to do with culture.
BTW how often does someone come home to a scenario like you describe?
Now if you go into that house with your 'Glock' how many 'bad guys' will get shot and how many 'good guys'?
Even your trained military has thousands killed as 'collateral damage'.