Toronto’s Paramedic Service Data

It has been 767 days since my university’s administration banned me from accessing my office and laboratory.
– B. Bridle –


August 29, 2023

I have published two articles (here, and here) outlining my concerns with trends appearing in publicly available data sets for emergency medical services. Specifically, calls for emergency medical services in several areas of Canada went down in the year 2020 and then rose in 2021 and 2022. This contradicts the narrative that COVID-19 killed unprecedented numbers of people when SARS-CoV-2 was unleashed on the world in 2020, followed by the widespread administration of COVID-19 shots that could supposedly prevent serious outcomes in 2021 and beyond. Today, I had the opportunity to review some interesting data provided by the city of Toronto.

Toronto, located in the Province of Ontario, is the largest city in Canada.

The city publishes a data set about “specialized patient transports by paramedics”. These are important data because they document call volumes for three categories of medical problems that were confirmed by paramedics. Many data sets will document the reason for a call based on what was initially reported by whomever made the initial contact with an emergency centre. These reasons are often corrected once paramedics can accurately assess the situation. In other words, the underlying causes of calls in this data set from Toronto are considered to be accurate. Of concern, they tell the same story that I have been observing repeatedly.

Here are the call volumes for “confirmed ST-Elevated Myocardial Infarction”, also listed as heart attacks. As per an email communication from a Commander in Toronto’s paramedic service, this particular data set “will better reflect the trend in pre-hospital cardiac conditions.”…

Here are the data for paramedic call volumes for strokes…

And here are the data for cases of severe trauma…

All three medical conditions are considered to be very serious, thus necessitating bypassing “peripheral hospitals” so the patients can be directly delivered to specialized hospitals.

Remember, 2020 was when SARS-CoV-2 hit what was claimed to be a ‘ completely immunologically naïve population’ and devastated it. In the year 2021, and especially 2022, we were supposedly rescued from all the trauma by the COVID-19 shots that could certainly prevent severe disease (following the failed claim of preventing COVID-19).

Toronto’s data set shows that ambulance calls for severe medical conditions dropped in 2020 and then rose in 2021 and 2022. This does not correlate well with waves of infections with SARS-CoV-2. Instead, it correlates strongly with the rollout of COVID-19 shots.

Sadly, our ‘new normal’ seems to be a place where people suffer more from serious heart conditions, strokes, and trauma. In fact, the data suggest that we were best off in the year with SARS-CoV-2 but no shots.

I am worried about what these data might look like for 2023 and beyond.

The new normal is not acceptable.



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