@guitarzan wants us to see this chart from north of the border, and read the comments. Please hold your nose first.
Here's one insightful comment: "I think it's insane to debate the ages 18 or 19. Why not cap it off at the much more rounded and sensible numbers 18.2 or 19.4??"
Reminds me of signs that say this elevator holds 13 people, or this auditorium holds 147 people safely.
I mean, which software package enables this chart?
For the vertical axis, it appears that the major gridlines are specified to 0.4 with minor gridlines at 0.2 apart. The lower limit of the vertical axis was specifically set to 17, which violates the start-at-zero rule for bar charts.
The software also allows the yx-axis labels to be printed twice, one in super tiny font in the expected locations, and the other turned sideways and printed into the bars.
And Canadians, please tell us why the provinces were ordered in this way.
This data calls for a simple map, with two colors.