Ontario is approaching an all-time high in inflation-adjusted per-person spending.
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The government increased projected nominal program spending by $10.1 billion since the fiscal update last fall.
The province's spending is forecasted to be $29.4 billion higher than previously projected for 2022/23.
The NFL has changed the rules over time, to better protect quarterbacks and promote a more offensively-oriented game.
Under the Ford government, inflation-adjusted per-person spending has increased by 2.4 per cent annually.
Only 39 per cent of Australians support a broad-based increase in personal income taxes.
Government workers in Ontario retire 2.5 years earlier (on average) than those in the private sector.
Public-sector capital investment is pegged at $48.5 billion over the next three years.
The province’s current spending levels greatly exceed its tax revenues.
For the province's top earners, each new dollar they earn is taxed at 53.53 per cent.
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