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Statistics Canada

Nationwide data is collated by the Canadian Federal Government.  As of January 29, 2021 19,431 Covid19 deaths in Canada with 89% >70 years of age and 0.15% <30 years of age (i.e., 30 of 19,431);  2.45% of all deaths were between 50-59 years of age (i.e., 476 of 19,431).



As of January 30, 2021 1,639 Covid19 deaths in Alberta with 84.6% >70 years of age (i.e., 1,387 of 1,639) and 0.43% <30 years of age (i.e., 7 of 1,639); 94.75% of all deaths were >60 years of age (i.e., 1,553 of 1,639). Note the comorbidities tab on the page. Over 95% of covid deaths were associated with at least one comorbidity. Comorbidities include: hypertension, cardio-vascular disease, dementia, diabetes, renal diseases, respiratory diseases, cancer, stroke, liver diseases, immuno-deficiency diseases.


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Northwest Territories


Nova Scotia





Public Health Ontario data updated daily. Revise the date in the link to access updated reports. As of February 1, 2021: 95.78% of deaths are >60 years of age; 0.42% of deaths are under age 40.


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Ottawa – National Capital of Canada

Canada’s National Capital Public Health data updated daily. As of February 8, 2021: a population of 1 million reporting 427 deaths in about 11 months with zero deaths under 30 years of age and approximately 86.5% of deaths above age 70.