From the Canadian government’s official page, as of April 19, 2020, the number of COVID-19 deaths is 1,580 since the first death was reported to have occurred on March 9 (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-09/canada-s-coronavirus-count-exceeds-60-with-first-alberta-case). If we work out the daily average starting at March 9, that becomes 1,580 deaths/42 days = 37.6 per day
That’s their claim–but did they die with the virus or because of the virus? We’ll leave that question for now.
Based on official 2008 death statistics (https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/phac-aspc/migration/phac-aspc/publicat/lcd-pcd97/pdf/lcd-pcd-t1-eng.pdf), I calculated average numbers per day in this post:
I looked for more up to date numbers–these are for 2017 (or 2018):
Divide each by 365:
1. Cancer: 79,084 or 216/day
2. Heart Diseases: 51,396 or 141/day
3. Cerebrovascular Diseases: 13,551 or 37/day
4. Accidents: 12,524 or 34/day
5. Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases: 12,293 or 34/day
6. Diabetes Mellitus: 6,838 or 19/day
7. Alzheimer’s: 6,521 or 18/day
8. “Influenza and Pneumonia”: 6,235 or 17/day
9. Suicide: 3,978 or 11/day
10. Chronic Liver Diseases and Cirrhosis: 3,385 or 9/day
[Anthony, Diana. “Leading Causes Of Deaths In Canada.” WorldAtlas. https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/leading-causes-of-deaths-in-canada.html (accessed April 20, 2020)]
(I notice at least one major difference from the 2008 statistics, possibly because there are different categories).
There are 216 Canadians per day dying of cancer–and also people dying constantly of the other 9 leading causes.
So I will just repeat my point that IN REALITY, Canadians have other problems to concern us besides COVID-19
I argued the same thing here (among other points) that we have ENOUGH problems:
And we don’t want MORE PROBLEMS from abusers who think their job is to control us biologically: