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A (Super Not Scary At All) Map Of Canada Showing What Age People Die In Each Province

The life expectancy in the great white north.

With so many celebrities dying recently, people are seriously starting to freak out.

But you have to understand people aren't freaking out because the celebrities are dying, they're just freaking out about death in General.

READ ALSO: What Each Province In Canada Googled The Most In 2016

Celebrities are larger than life, so when they die it seems almost impossible. It brings you back to reality for a second and makes you realize that we're all going to die.

So in an effort to minimize your panic, and bring a glimmer of hope before the year ends, I've created this map of the average lifespan for Canadians in every Province.

lifespan Photo cred - faxplus

Canada Wide By Birth Year:

1920 to 1922

  • Men: 59
  • Women: 61

1930 to 1932

  • Men:60
  • Women:62

1940 to 1942

  • Men:63
  • Women:66

1950 to 1952

  • Men:66
  • Women:71

1960 to 1962

  • Men:68
  • Women:74

1970 to 1972

  • Men:69
  • Women:76

1980 to 1982

  • Men:72
  • Women:79

1990 to 1992

  • Men: 75
  • Women: 81

2000 to 2002

  • Men: 77
  • Women: 82

Life Expectancy By Province:

Canada Wide

  • Men: 79
  • Women: 83

Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Men: 77
  • Women: 81

Prince Edward Island

  • Men: 78
  • Women: 83

Nova Scotia

  • Men: 78
  • Women: 82

New Brunswick

  • Men: 78
  • Women: 83

Quebec

  • Men: 79
  • Women: 83

Ontario

  • Men: 79
  • Women: 84

Manitoba

  • Men: 77
  • Women: 82

Saskatchewan

  • Men: 77
  • Women: 82

Alberta

  • Men: 79
  • Women: 83

British Columbia

  • Men: 80
  • Women: 84

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