99.6% of COVID Deaths in Canada Were Among Vaccinated People Between April 10-17

ER Editor: From the first article we see that Canada is showing precisely the same enhanced tendency toward Covid illness among the vaccinated as are other countries.

Below that is a letter Kathleen Brown, a Canadian citizen, sent to the premier of Nova Scotia, asking him to reassess the sudden, unexplained deaths of 314 relatively young Nova Scotians. The figure of 314, amassed in less than a year, equals the death count over 2 years and 4 months of the pandemic whereby the deceased had Covid as a factor in their death.


99.6% of COVID deaths in Canada were among vaccinated people between April 10-17

THOMAS LAMBERT for the CounterSignal

According to official health data, 222 fully vaccinated individuals died from COVID compared to only one unvaccinated person among the eligible population in Canada between April 10-17.

That’s a staggering 99.6 per cent of COVID deaths attributed to the vaccinated groups.

Note: We have excluded the “cases not yet protected” category, which covers those too young to receive a COVID vaccine or those with underlying conditions that make them ineligible. Curiously, this number went down over the week, likely due to a death being wrongly attributed to COVID.

On April 10, the total amount of deaths for the unvaccinated population was 9,511. The subsequent release of weekly data showed that, on April 17, that total increased by only one to 9,512.

Conversely, on April 11, the total amount of deaths for the double-jabbed vaccinated population was 2,770. That total jumped by 62 after the same weekly update, totalling 2,832.

Finally, the “fully vaccinated with an additional dose” category shows a shocking 160-count increase over the week, from 1,835 to 1,995.

Thus, during the week of April 10-17 in Canada, when comparing unvaccinated to vaccinated and vaccinated with a booster dose, 222 out of the 223 COVID deaths were among those with two or three COVID vaccinations. Just one COVID death was attributed to an unvaccinated person.

In other words, 99.6 per cent of these 223 COVID deaths were among the vaccinated population, with 72 per cent of the COVID deaths in those that had received booster doses.

The total deaths rose from 15,775 to 16,002, making a difference of 227 over the week. The additional four deaths come from the partially vaccinated category, having five deaths attributed to them and one from the “cases not yet protected” category being subtracted.

Of course, a much greater percentage of individuals in Canada have been vaccinated than not. But even when accounting for the differences in population size, the vaccinated population is still more likely to die from COVID.

As of April 24, 86 per cent of the total eligible population in Canada has been “fully vaccinated.” When comparing those numbers to the 99.6 per cent death rate among the vaccinated, the week of April 10-17 reveals vaccines had negative efficacy in saving lives.

The same negative efficacy conclusion comes from the “fully vaccinated with an additional dose” category. This group accounted for 72 per cent of deaths during the week, but as of April 24, only 48 per cent of the population has had at least three shots.

The numbers justifying COVID vaccinations appear to be getting worse by the week. Countries are dropping their mandates accordingly — except Canada, which continues to persecute unvaccinated individuals.



April 30, 2022

Dear Premier Tim Houston,

As Premier of Nova Scotia I call on you to please reassess my evidence of all those individuals that I have listed in Exhibit A as to why there are so many unexplained deaths of young individuals in Nova Scotia since May 22, 2021. I have been collecting names of people who are on average are 48.55 years old but the medium age is 32.5 years old and have either just died with no reason, died suddenly, unexpectedly, untimely or after a brief illness. Within that group there are five babies listed and the oldest was eights weeks and the youngest was one day. Also, the most recent entry at number 300 was a 27-year-old mother of four who died in bed, then the next morning one of her children discovered that their mother had died. How traumatic that would be to those four children.

These 314 deaths in Nova Scotia within eleven and a half months outnumber the death count of the 314 deaths with or because of C-19 virus for the last twenty-eight months of the Pandemic. That would be 26.72 people who died per month since the roll out of these C-19 injections compared to 11.21 people a month who died because or with covid. That is 2.38 times higher number of deaths (over 238% more) of this younger age group since the roll out of these injections. There is an obvious increase in deaths of people between the ages of 1 day old to 65. There is also an obvious increase in all cause mortality in all age groups.

An investigation into this significant increase of the younger generation of suddenly, untimely, unexpectedly or after a brief illness death in Nova Scotia is direly needed and has to be summoned now. Your job as Premier of Nova Scotia according to the Chief Coroner is to do investigations into any suspicious deaths. There are many deaths that need to be questioned and pathology needs to be done.

I would like a response to my letter indicating that action will be taken in the near future.


Kathleen Brown

Canadian Citizen


Exhibit A- List of Deaths of Nova Scotia People from one day old to 67

1.Agnes Catherine Campbell January 30,1957- May 21,2021, Age 64, On Friday May 21,2021 Shortly after finishing her morning coffee with her husband, Donnie, Agnes passed away suddenly, while getting ready for work. Unfortunately, this would be the one time she would leave the house without having her lipstick on. https://www.sydneymemorialchapel.com/obituary/agnes-catherine-campbell

2.Vernon Ryrie Vandewater- age 38, of Halifax died Unexpectedly on May 11,2021. His loss was completely unexpected and the family is shocked and deeply saddened. http://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/halifax-ns/vernon-vandewater-10192375

3.Annette Patricia Hubley- Age 57- It is with great sadness that the family of Annette ( Durant) Hubley share with her family and friends her sudden passing at the age of 57 on May 30, 2021. http://www.dartmouthfuneralhome.ca/guestbook/annette-hubley

4.Ann Tracy Hennigar- Age 50, 0f Hantsport, experienced sudden cardiac death on Tuesday, June 1,2021. https://www.digwiddi.com/obituary/kings-county/tracy-ann-hennigar




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