BREAKING: Canada’s 2022 birth rate plummeted by 8%
What happened in the second half of 2021, and first three months of 2022 that would cause such a drop?

Mike Campbell

September 27, 2023

StatsCan released the 2022 birth rate figures and the amount of births per capita has plummeted by 7.6% since 2021, which coincidentally or not, is when the COVID vaccines were coerced into Canadians.  

BREAKING: Canada’s 2022 birth rate plummeted by 8%

Per 1000 people, the 20 to 24-year-old demographic had 29.7 births in 2020, down to 27.5 in 2021, and just 24.8 in 2022 — which accounts for a 16.5% drop over those three years. 

As for the 25 to 29 year-old demographic, the rate went from 76.6 in 2020, up to 77.2 in 2021, all the way down to 69.4 per 1000 in 2022 — a 9.4% drop.

Interestingly, the 2022 birth rate among women aged 35+ is relatively stable from the previous four years. For example, since 2018, the rate for women in the 35 to 39 age demographic has remained between a low of 55.3 (2020), and a high of 58.1 (2021). In 2022, this demographic’s rate was 55.6.

Perinatal Mortality

Canada’s perinatal mortality data for 2021 was only just released, which was for some reason provided 7 months later than normal. The 2021 perinatal data was consistent with the previous 4 years.

As for the 2022 perinatal mortality data, this is currently unknown in Canada. Other countries show peculiar correlations between their respective low birth rates, or high perinatal morality rates, and the vaccine rollout dates.

As previously reported, more Canadians died per capita in 2021 than in 2020 when the pandemic was supposedly ravaging Canada without a COVID vaccine available.

However, several scientific studies have been done on the COVID-19 vaccines that conclude there is nothing sketchy going on. For example, a September 2022 Elsevier study concluded that there is no scientific proof of any association between the jabs and fertility impairment.

Low birth rate, high population growth

Despite the extremely low birth rate in Canada, the population grew by 2.9% over the past year — which is actually higher than the growth rate in most African countries. 

“Close to 98% of the growth in the Canadian population from July 1, 2022, to July 1, 2023, came from net international migration, with 2% coming from the difference between births and deaths,” Statscan reported.

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