These data are from the US. I can't find a comparable study using Canadian data (I'll be surprised if there isn't something comparable out there, though).
Excess deaths (the number of deaths observed in a jurisdiction above and beyond the number experienced in the same jurisdiction during the previous five years) is a pretty interesting measure of the impact of Covid. Here's one graph from the site:
Interesting that there were brief bouts of excess deaths two and three years ago, too, but nothing like the recent, Covid period of excess deaths.
The site allows lots of different ways of massaging the data, including by state, ethnicity, age, etc. Here's a breakdown of excess deaths by age group over the past year:
For all my friends who aren't concerned: please look at the data again.
For all my friends who think Covid is "just another flu": please look at the data again.
Go to the site and play around with the data.
For those of you living in or with relatives locked down in seniors' homes: there's reason for concern.