It can be a sad thing when a physician dies, especially if that person was well liked by the community that they served. In Canada, physicians are hard to find for a number of reasons, not the least of which are the lack of opportunity for advanced research and greater income in the Canadian medical system; both being available only a few hundred miles to the south.
So, when four (4), middle-aged, successful, healthy, Toronto-area doctors die suddenly in five days, that is a tremendous loss to Canada and Canadians and an unprecedented event worthy of investigation or at least some media coverage...
July 16 - Dr. Paul D. Hannam of the North York General Hospital died of a heart attack while out running. Dr. Hannam was an Olympic sailor, marathon runner and only 50-years old.
July 17 – Dr. Lorne E. Segall of the Trillium Health group in Mississauga died suddenly of unknown causes under unpublished circumstances. By his records photo, Dr. Segall appears to have been healthy and no more than 40-years old.
July 18 – Dr. Stephen W. McKenzie of the Trillium Health group in Mississauga died suddenly of unknown causes under unpublished circumstances. By his records photo, Dr. McKenzie appears to have been healthy and no more than 55-years old.
July 21 (or before) – Dr. Jakub T. Sawicki of the Trillium Health group in Mississauga died suddenly of unknown causes under unpublished circumstances. By his records photo, Dr. Sawicki appears to have been healthy and no more than 35-years old.
Have you read about this 'event' in the news? Listen to any media discussion on the topic? Canadian media is constantly reminding Canadians of the stress our medical system is experiencing because it is grossly under-staffed, so why aren't these deaths and the negative impact they will have on the healthcare system 'newsworthy'?
If you want my opinion (that's why you are here, isn't it?), this event and the reason it is not public knowledge are related;
July 13 – Province of Ontario issues direction on the need for a second booster shot (fourth shot in total thus far) in order to maintain a level of safety in the provincial medical system
July 14 – Province of Ontario makes available the fourth shot to those in medicine – Seven days later four young and middle-aged Ontario doctors have died, three mysteriously and within the same medical group
American Medical System explains the cause of these and other, recent, sudden deaths (Note, the reasons given by this hospital group are mirrored by every other medical group in the United States and Canada and most other highly-vaccinated nations)