Ontario needs policies that encourage Ontarians to spend more energy and imagination working and innovating.
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Ontario raised its minimum wage by 21 per cent—from $11.60 to $14 per hour.
If investors can fetch a higher after-tax return by investing in Ontario over Alberta, there’s a good chance they will.
In 2016, Toronto residents paid $60 more per month than the average Canadian for electricity.
Instead of seeing innovation as troublesome heresy, people came to see virtue in innovation.
The Canadian Pacific Railroad is the most famous case of federal involvement in infrastructure projects.
High marginal tax rates discourage productive economic activities such as work, savings, investment and entrepreneurship.
The average Canadian family will pay 43.6 per cent of its income in taxes.
The “demand curve” starts high and then falls.
The Wynne government almost exclusively targeted housing demand—not supply.