Official Government of Canada Data Shows Over 70% of Excess Deaths are in Ages 0-44
Official data from the Government of Canada Shows Over 70% of Excess Deaths are in Ages 0-44, the lowest risk demographic for COVID 19 death.
Recent official data from statistics Canada, shows excess deaths in people under 44 years of age now accounts for over 70% of expected deaths! In 2020 weekly excess deaths in the 0-44 age range began drastically rising, accelerating further through 2021. Considering the COVID-19 survival rate is around 99.85%, and specifically those under 40-50 without comorbidities are in the lowest risk demographic for hospitalization or death from COVID-19…natural incidences of COVID-19 “Infection”, can’t possibly be solely responsible for this alarming rise in excess deaths among young adults, in the 0-44 year old age range. So what could be the cause of such an alarming rise in excess deaths among young adults?
Data from www150.statcan.gc.ca
- Alberta & BC Exceeding Projections for Excess Deaths
- Weekly Excess Death Counts in Canada Ages 0-44vs With COVID 19 deaths vsDaily 1st Doses and Daily 2nd Doses
- United States Excess Death Rates
- Comparing Canada & USA Excess Death Rates
- It’s all COVID-19’s fault right? Wrong!
- Could Drug Poisoning Deaths be to Blame? | Example Alberta
- Could Suicide Account for Some of the Excess Deaths?
- Surely there must be other diseases that are at least partly responsible for this rise in excess deaths for 0-44 year olds?
Alberta & BC Exceeding Projections for Excess Deaths
The number of Canada excess deaths on a yearly basis, fall in a predictable range. However as of Dec 2021, registered deaths have far exceeded the number of expected deaths, by a factor of 1.7x, and this only seems to be accelerating:
Please Note: Canada-wide data is only available until Oct 2020. However British Columbia and Alberta have data until Dec 2021.
Weekly Excess Death Counts in Canada Ages 0-44
With COVID 19 deaths
Daily 1st Doses and Daily 2nd Doses
Ages 0-44 (including mellennials), saw persistent >25% weekly excess deaths in Oct. 2021, averaging ~65/week, after a rapid acceleration in July 2021:
United States Excess Death Rates
The US through CDC has more current data then available on statcan for Canada…The unprecedented and untested lockdowns and mask mandates negatively impacted the physical and mental health of individuals, causing drastic rises in reported mental health problems.
It’s clear that lockdown-related deaths were drivers of excess mortality in the 0-44yr age group. Excess deaths began trailing off at the end of 2020 – start of 2021, but then re-accelerated suddenly in summer 2021; as Covid-19 deaths were low and declining, and as vaccine programs finished.
Comparing Canada & USA Excess Death Rates
If you compare the CDC Excess Death Rate for Ages 25-44 by week you see similarities…A massive spike in weekly excess death rate for ages 25-44 that coincidentally coincides with the implementation of COVID-19 vaccine mandates:
It’s safe to say that mandates are a statistically significant factor in the drastic rise of excess deaths in the US as well.
It’s all COVID-19’s fault right? Wrong!
“All systematic evaluations of seroprevalence data converge that SARS‐CoV‐2 infection is widely spread globally. Acknowledging residual uncertainties, the available evidence suggests average global IFR of ~0.15% and ~1.5‐2.0 billion infections by February 2021 with substantial differences in IFR and in infection spread across continents, countries and locations.”Reconciling estimates of global spread and infection fatality rates of COVID-19: An overview of systematic evaluations
The values in the above study on the COVID-19 Infection Fatality Ratio, are in line with estimates by another study, led by Dr. John Ionnidis:
“Dr. Ioannidis decided to look at age-related survival rates, and he came up with survival numbers (source (paywall)) that, if more widely known, would bring this mad panic to an end. He is using the latest statistical data, which by this replaces the conclusions based on older data.
Young people, up to the age of 19, have 0.0027% chance to die from COVID-19. For people between the age of 20-29, they have 0.0140% change to die, etc. The highest risk group on earth are those between 60-69, with a risk of 0.5900% to die. These are statistical numbers per age group, and they don’t differentiate between healthy or not healthy people. It’s a simple counting the numbers from available statistics.
If you compare the side effects from vaccinates, the CDC states that 0.6% of all cases resulted in death. That’s about the same as those people in the age group 60-69! So why should you take a risk to accept a vaccine, which does not do anything about the mortality rate!”
In other words your chance of dying from the vaccine are about the same, as seniors aged 60-69 have of dying from COVID-19. So unless you have greying hair and are 60-69yrs old, why would you get a vaccine that has a higher chance of causing death than COVID-19 infection? No I think it’s clear that COVID-19 can’t possibly account for the rise in death amongst 0-44 years olds, which aside from infants are the lowest risk groups for severe COVID-19 infection. Though I think you may have begun to suspect the primary driver these drastic rises in deaths for 0-44yr olds…
Could Drug Poisoning Deaths be to Blame? | Example Alberta
The mental health impact of 2 years of lockdowns and masks has been tremendous…resulting in increased drug overdoses. Clearly drug overdoses account a portion of the excess deaths, but just how much?
If we pull Alberta’s historical data on drug poisoning deaths and use averages for monthly pre-covid drug deaths, we can see that the “excess” drug deaths from 2020-2021 did contribute to excess deaths in Alberta, but they only account for around ~50% of the total excess deaths observed in the province.
So what’s responsible for the remaining 805 other unexplained excess deaths? Why are Millennials and young people dying at a rate of 1.5-2x higher than normally expected? If we use Alberta as an example, it’s not far fetched to suspect that the rest of the provinces in Canada follow a similar trend and drug poisoning deaths also only account for a portion of the exceedingly high excess deaths…
Could Suicide Account for Some of the Excess Deaths?
In some provinces there were age groups that saw minor increases in suicide rates, mainly from 2019-2020…however if you take a look at official statistics in Alberta for example, you can see that generally suicides were similar to the average, and did not deviate much for most age groups. In fact in Alberta from 2020-2021 suicides were down in almost all age groups except seniors 70-74, which only seen 2 additional suicides from 2020-2021.
I do know that in many places, if you landed in the hospital for any reason such as a suicide attempt or car crash they would test you for COVID-19.If you tested positive and then died, they would officially record it as a COVID-19 death even if the cause of your death was from the car crash or suicide attempt. For that reason I don’t quite believe these statistics are entirely accurate, and would wager that suicide rates were actually significantly up, but were marked as COVID-19 deaths. Even so it’s clear that suicides are not a significant factor in the uptick of excess deaths above the norm…so what could it be?
Surely there must be other diseases that are at least partly responsible for this rise in excess deaths for 0-44 year olds?
Official statistics Canada data on “Leading causes of death, total population by age group“, lists the number of deaths for the top 50 leading causes of death. Unfortunately the data only goes up to 2020, as 2021 has not yet been published. However you can see from the data below that the vast majority of the top 50 leading causes of death in 2020, were in line with figures from previous years. With a few notable exceptions.
Canada Sees Record Low Influenza Deaths in 2020?
Coincidentally as the COVID-19 pandemic was upon us in 2020, as you can see below, the influenza deaths in Canada, just happened to reach the lowest figures they have in 5 years.
According to this chart of official data, COVID-19 erased approx. 1K influenza deaths? How is that possible? Is it more likely that Influenza deaths were miss-diagnosed and classified as COVID-19 deaths? Probably and this is why…
- We know that health authorities classified anyone that tested positive with COVID-19, as a COVID death. For example if you came into the hospital with injuries due to a car crash, and tested positive for covid-19 (mandatory test), and then died from your injuries, you were classified as a COVID-19 death.
- PCR tests were the exclusive testing method for COVID-19 throughout the pandemic. They produced allot of false positives because they were put at too high a cycle threshold to accurately detect COVID-19. Dr. Kary Mullis is the inventor of the PCR test, and according to him the PCR test is not designed to detect illness.
- According to an article by Dr. Marie Landy, director of clinical virology in Yale New Haven hospital cutoff should be at 30-35 max.
- Cycle Threshold (Ct) counts varied between labs, however in Canada a Ct’s 35 and above have been used for COVID-19 diagnosis.
- Canada actually recommended Ct values not be reported with PCR tests, making it very difficult to gauge how many COVID-19 were diagnosed with a high CT >35 and were therefore very likely to be false positives (see pic below):
I think this official information clearly shows that many COVID-19 deaths were likely misdiagnosed, as well many Influenza deaths were misdiagnosed as COVID-19 using a faulty PCR test at to high a cycle threshold.
Large Increases in Nephrotic Syndrome
In another article we comprehensively covered the risk of blood clotting from COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. It is well established now that the spike protein is highly toxic, it travels past the injection site, circulates throughout the body, and is independently responsible for much of the damage caused by COVID-19, which includes the “not so rare” blood clotting.
In 2020 Nephrotic Syndrome reached the highest levels it has in over 5 years. Nephrotic syndrome, is a kidney disorder usually caused by damage to the “clusters of small blood vessels in your kidneys“…and what side effect, do we know the Spike Protein (S-Protein) is associated with? That’s right…damage to your small blood vessels, which leads to blood clots!
You’ll also notice record numbers of Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis…and what is the primary organ for filtering all the toxins in the experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, out of your body? That’s right…your liver!
Using Official Government of Canada data from StatCan, we can clearly see an alarming increase in excess deaths for the 0-44 age group in Canada; younger adults, who lacking comorbidities, are in the lowest risk for death from COVID-19. So if COVID-19 isn’t killing Canadians, what is? We know lockdowns have had a severe impact on the mental and physical health of individuals… as a result drug poisoning deaths could account for up to 50% of these excess deaths. If suicides aren’t to blame, what else could be responsible for the remaining hundreds of excess deaths?
We checked Official Data for deaths in the top 50 leading causes of death in Canada and although they weren’t organized by age, it’s clear that most causes of death were in line with figures from previous years. There were a few notable exceptions…in Canada in 2020 we saw record numbers of Nephrotic Syndrome, caused by damage to small blood vessels in kidneys; a known side effect of spike protein damage. As well as a rise in chronic liver disease which is responsible for filtering all the toxic compounds found in COVID-19 vaccines out of your body…
Coincidentally in the mist of the COVID-19 pandemic, influenza deaths reached record lows, likely a primary result of using faulty PCR tests with too high a cycle threshold, and we can estimate a portion of COVID-19 deaths were misdiagnosed due to the practice of diagnosing all deaths as COVID-19, if patients tested positive for COVID-19, even if they died from other injuries such as from a car accident.
We need more comprehensive data, including statistics for 2022 to be reported, and a committee put in place to investigate the alarming rise in excess deaths among 0-44 year olds, as it’s clear that younger adults, who are the lowest risk demographic for COVID-19 death, have something else which is responsible for all these excess deaths. Is it the experimental gene based vaccines that get your body to become a manufacturing facility for the toxic COVID-19 spike protein, to blame? Only time and comprehensive data will answer that question.
Data is from Statistics Canada
- Actual mortality: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=1310076801
- Expected mortality: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=1310078401
- Explanation of provisional weekly death counts from StatsCan: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/220210/dq220210b-eng.htm
- Weekly Death Counts: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=1310076801
- Excess Death Estimates: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=1310079201
- Canada COVID-19 Death Data: https://dc-covid.site.ined.fr/en/data/canada (Note Jan-Nov 2020 C19 deaths are Ontario prorated for Canada based on pop.)
- Canadian Vax Data: https://health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccination-coverage/
- StatCan Mortality Data: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/220110/dq220110a-cansim-eng.htm
- Alberta Substance Use Surveillance Data: https://www.alberta.ca/substance-use-surveillance-data.aspx
- StatCan Leading causes of death, total population, by age group: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=1310039401
- PCR Test Cycle Threshold (Ct) recommended values: https://medicine.yale.edu/labmed/sections/virology/COVID-19%20Ct%20values_YNHH%20Aug.%202020%20_395430_36854_v1.pdf
- Canada PCR CT Recommendations and Info: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/guidance-documents/polymerase-chain-reaction-cycle-threshold-values-testing.html#a5
- Nephrotic Syndrome: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/nephrotic-syndrome/symptoms-causes/syc-20375608