The government’s plan for a strong middle class appears based on expanding spending on borrowed money.
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The province’s portion of national GDP growth eclipsed 42 per cent in both 2006 and 2012.
An economic slowdown or recession would make the Wynne government’s debt reduction plan much less likely.
In the Commonwealth Fund’s rankings of health-care systems, Canada scored a dismal ninth out of 11 countries.
Electricity prices in Toronto rose by 71 per cent between 2008 and 2016.
From 2007 and 2015, Alberta contributed $188.6 billion more in taxes to Ottawa than it received in transfers or federal programs.
Wind, solar and biomass policies have resulted in high additional costs for consumers.
It costs an estimated $78,000 per unit to comply with building regulations in Vancouver.
Over the past 26 years, government-sector debt in Canada has grown to more than $2.5 trillion.