Average age of Canadians slain by China Virus in 2020 was 83.8 years (average life expectancy 76.5)
Statistics Canada: "According to surveillance data produced by the Public Health Agency of Canada, COVID-19 caused over 15,600 deaths in the country in 2020, for a Crude COVID-19 Death Rate (CCDR) of 0.41 per thousand (Table 1). The average age of Canadians who died of COVID-19 in 2020 is 83.8 years. By comparison, the average age at death in Canada in 2019 was 76.5 years. Some provinces were hit harder than others. With more than half of the deaths due to COVID-19 in the country in 2020, Quebec has a CCDR of 0.96 per thousand, more than double the Canadian value. Conversely, the CCDR was less than half the Canadian value in Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Lastly, fewer than 10 COVID deaths were counted in Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and the territories."