As you will read in the article below the “spike”in deaths cannot be directly attributed to the virus. The spike could have been due to the denial of many medical services. And Canada's ongoing opioid pandemic. Take a look at all the charts provided in the linked article and you will see, visually, the death rates are flat.
As usual we'll go with the factual statements and ignore the spin
Overall, however, Statistics Canada concluded that there was “no clear evidence of excess mortality because of the COVID-19 pandemic” in most provinces and territories, including Atlantic Canada and Nunavut, based on the provisional estimates.The spike in Nova Scotia’s April death count was due to the mass shooting and/or the virus- But there are no figures cited to differentiate between the viral and shooting deaths? This is also suggestive was no excess mortality prior to the shooting and there has been none since.
A late-April spike in the number of deaths recorded in Nova Scotia was likely driven in part by the virus, but also by the mass shooting in that province.
“Quebec reported 1,837 more deaths than normal, even as it reported 2,834 COVID-19 deaths. The agency said that one possible explanation for this anomaly was that older or more vulnerable populations who would normally be at higher risk of dying regardless of a pandemic.”Sadly older people do die regardless of a “pandemic” therefore there couldn’t be an abundance of excess mortality in that regard.
Alberta had been recording a higher number of deaths throughout 2020, even before the pandemic ....
Despite the higher figures, Statistics Canada said the total number of weekly deaths remained within the range of non-pandemic expectations, though figures sat on the upper end of the range.
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Opioid overdoses killed up to 142 people in Alberta during first 3 months of 2020: provinceSame as British Columbia
B.C. marks 3rd straight month with more than 170 overdose deaths
British Columbia has nearly matched its monthly record for deadly illicit drug overdoses, with 175 deaths during the month of July.This is young people dying. They would not normally be dying enmasse. These are excess deaths. Still the lying governments act as if Covid is the crisis? It's not. Time to face the reality.
The BC Coroners Service saw 177 fatalities in June, which surpassed the previous high of 174 deaths in May.
Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe said the pandemic has restricted access to critical harm-reduction servicesDestroying lives through lock downs, denying all manner of vital services, excused by a pandemic of lies and profiteering.
“Some of them (the excess deaths) could be indirectly attributed to the pandemic, including missing a treatment or other medical appointment due to the lock down.”Like missing necessary surgeries. Here in Ontario there were a number of deaths attributed to a lack of medical care. Check comments in this previous report
35 Cardiac patients died in Ontario waiting for surgeries that never came.. As a matter of fact the hyped surge in covid hospitalizations did not come...Surely more patients then just 35 cardiac patients died here in Ontario.. But, we'll never be told.
Citing a University Health Network report, Ontario's health minister Christine Elliott said today that 35 cardiac care patients may have died after heart surgeries were cancelled to free up beds for an anticipated surge in COVID-19 patients.
The skyrocketing deaths in British Columbia, having zero to do with a virus. And everything to do with drug addiction and the despair and lack of services due to the lockdowns.
Canada’s real health-care crisis: the epidemic of fatal drug overdoses
The shocking B.C. death rate is a glaring example of the latest public health crisis in Canada: an epidemic of fatal drug overdoses that’s even worse than the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The number of people dying in B.C. due to an unsafe drug supply continues to surpass deaths due to homicides, motor vehicle accidents, suicides and COVID-19 combined,” Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe said this week.
Data also showed that, while Manitoba, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories saw single weeks of excess death between March and June, there was no ongoing pattern. These occasional deviations are not unexpected, Statistics Canada said.I’m quite certain the Chief Coroner of British Columbia is being accurate in her statement.
Not feeling any need to add to the pandemic spin that glosses over the real epidemic here in Canada- The excess mortality is in the drug overdoses. It's not from the virus. Unless we're talking the massive stupid virus that has infected entire swathes of this country. That's an enormous pandemic of epic proportions. Too many people have caught the stupid virus.
The Fear and Stupid viruses were talked about way back on April 03/20
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"I sure as hell don't want to catch stupid and fearful from these zombies.Related- June 2020: “Excess Deaths” Reported in Alberta and British Columbia Not Linked to Covid
Long term the problems that will arise from all these manipulations will manifest in destroyed communities, lacking trust and having no ability, desire or will to cooperate within them. That's a very bad prognosis. For all of us.