Preventable suicides of Canadians whose cognitive dysfunction / mood swings are caused or exacerbated by sensitivities* (1985-2019)

  Per Day Per Week Per Month Per Year Since 19851 Since 19902 Since 19933 Since 20064
Canada 1.2 8.40 36.00 438.0 14,892 12,702 11,388 5,694
Newfoundland and Labrador 0.018 0.13 0.54 6.6 223 191 171 85
Prince Edward Island 0.005 0.04 0.15 1.8 62 53 47 24
Nova Scotia 0.034 0.24 1.02 12.4 422 360 323 161
New Brunswick 0.027 0.19 0.81 9.9 335 286 256 128
Quebec 0.279 1.95 8.37 101.8 3,462 2,953 2,648 1,324
Ontario 0.466 3.26 13.98 170.1 5,783 4,933 4,422 2,211
Manitoba 0.044 0.31 1.32 16.1 546 466 418 209
Saskatchewan 0.037 0.26 1.11 13.5 459 392 351 176
Alberta 0.129 0.90 3.87 47.1 1,601 1,365 1,224 612
British Columbia 0.158 1.11 4.74 57.7 1,961 1,672 1,499 750
Yukon 0.002 0.01 0.06 0.7 25 21 19 9
Northwest Territories 0.002 0.01 0.06 0.7 25 21 19 9
Nunavut 0.001 0.01 0.03 0.4 12 11 9 5

1. Elston ditched Thomson Report.  Caplan ignored provincially appointed Judge and physicians who deemed that the Ministry of Health's position was "clearly untenable" and "causing preventable harm".

2. Gigantes, Lankin and Grier ignored "duty of care" responsibilities identified by Thomson, Health and Welfare (HWC), Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC).  NDP eclipsed mainstream knowledge behind "legitimate but separate" debate about fringe ideas.

3. Marleau tossed protections encouraged by Beatty, Bouchard and others. Health Canada started invisibilizing work done prior to 1993.  Attorney General Allan Rock ignored representation by Deputy Attorney General.  Health Minister Allan Rock ignored consumer representations, duty of care issues.

4. Harper elected: criminalization of dissent, denigration of science and ethics, general ignorance and abusiveness of political staff.

* Based on 15% prevalence.