Old stats, but...
In 2019, an estimated 220.400 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer and 82,100 will die from cancer.
So let's say 2020 will be roughly the same diagnostic number - how many of those findings will have been delayed and will result in death because of COVID restrictions.
Let's be conservative and say 10% (a 3 month delay can be a difference between stage 1 or stage 4). So that's an extra 13,830.
COVID has killed how many this year in Canada? So far - 11, 494
Then throw on top all of the other missed deaths.
This IMO is why this whole thing is messed up. I think in a few years time we look back at 2020 and say WTF were we thinking.