‘Unknown Causes’ Now Number 1 Killer in Canadian Province

Deaths from “ill-defined” and “unknown causes” are now the number one killer in the Canadian province of Alberta, public health officials are warning.

The Government of Alberta has recorded an unprecedented spike in these types of death that started to rise in late 2020.

The rise in deaths from “unknown” or “ill-defined” causes continued rising in 2021 and began ballooning out of control.

According to the most recent data published by Alberta, deaths from “unknown” causes became the leading killer in the province.

“Unknown” deaths soared so high in 2021 that it is claiming more lives than heart disease, diabetes, and strokes, combined.

When compared to pre-pandemic data, the total number of deaths without a known cause in 2021 is a staggering 7 times higher than it was in 2019.

In total, there were 3,362 of these deaths in 2021.

The huge figure is more than double the 1,464 in 2020.

In 2019, there were only 522 listed as “unknown” or “ill-defined.”

There is no data in this category prior to 2019.

The leading causes of death in the province are now as follows, via Calgary CTV News:

  1. Ill-defined and unknown causes (3,362)
  2. Dementia (2,135)
  3. Covid-19 (1,950)
  4. Chronic ischemic heart disease (1,939)
  5. Malignant neoplasms of the trachea, bronchitis, and lung (1,552)
  6. Acute myocardial infarction (1,075)
  7. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (1,028)
  8. Diabetes Mellitus (728)
  9. Stroke (612)
  10. Accidental poisoning by and exposure to drugs and other substances (604)

According to Calgary CTV News, Alberta’s health officials have said they are looking into the data.

However, they “have yet to provide an explanation for the sudden spike in deaths of unknown causes.”

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Despite the “experts” dragging their feet to come up with an explanation, there has been an astonishing sudden rise in unexpected deaths.

Since late 2020, insurance companies across the globe have reported a massive 40% increase in death claims, many of which involve working-aged individuals.

There has also been a jaw-dropping rise in mortality among millennials aged 25-34 over the past year and a half.

Over the past two years, all-cause mortality jumped by 84% in this age group.

Coincidentally – or not – Alberta’s spike in unexplained deaths coincides perfectly with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

It’s also worth pointing out that Covid deaths amounted to just over half of the total number of deaths with unknown causes, indicating that the spike in death is not being driven predominantly by the virus or the pandemic.

This mirrors the data cited above, which also showed that a small percentage of the increase was attributable to Covid deaths.

As Slay News previously reported, a top European leader has denounced the global COVID-19 “vaccine campaign” as the “biggest crime ever committed on humanity.”

German politician Christine Anderson, a Member of the European Parliament, issued a powerful statement condemning vaccination programs around the world.

Anderson warned that “unscrupulous” “globalist elites” are waging war on humanity by forcing the public to get vaccinated.

“This vaccine campaign will go down as the biggest scandal in medical history and, moreover, it will be known as the biggest crime ever committed on humanity,” said Anderson.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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