The Wynne government’s budget raises most middle tax rates and adjusts income thresholds.
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Between now and 2022/23, Alberta’s per-person debt is projected to grow by 157 per cent.
Ontario will run budget deficits of nearly $7 billion in each of the next three fiscal years.
Quebec subsidies cost north of $2.4 billion a year or roughly $9,700 per child.
F1 visas issued by the U.S. government to students from mainland China have dropped by roughly 46 per cent.
Price controls led to long lineups and dry tanks at gas stations.
A phrase heard almost hourly at the conference was “this time is different.”
Once its net debt reaches $48 billion in 2020/21, Alberta will have burned through $83 billion in net assets in 13 years.
The federal carbon-price scheme raises Alberta’s carbon tax to $50 per tonne by 2022.
Only New Brunswick and Nova Scotia created fewer private-sector jobs than Ontario, on average, each year between 2007 and 2016.