This year, Ontario is projected to run its eighth consecutive budget deficit, which will be approximately $7.5 billion.
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Interest payments are Ontario’s fastest growing expense—faster than health and education spending growth
Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland all have some type of health-care cost-sharing scheme.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has reiterated her government’s commitment to push ahead with a provincial pension plan.
Study found that increasing the minimum wage reduced the employment rate among low-skilled workers by 5.6 percentage points.
The federal government may speed up spending on infrastructure projects in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
With budget season on the horizon, the headlines may mask the magnitude of growth in government debt.
Canadians (and other non-Americans) benefit from research and development aimed primarily at the U.S. market.
I wonder if the recent rise in the "trust gap" might have anything to do with the perception that governments are outrageously inefficient stewards of citizens' money?
Do companies like General Motors or Welspun make investment decisions based on speeches they hear or nice conversations they have with national leaders?
Vancouver's cab-licensing system tempts political patronage and cronyism.