The median wait in 2023 for an MRI was 12.9 weeks—two weeks longer than last year.
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In 2022, the province’s population grew by 29,307 people while only 3,479 new homes were built.
Energy alone supplied 27 per cent of Canada’s merchandise exports—and 23 per cent of total exports—last year.
Over 10 years, the proportion of Ontarian tax-filers who donated to registered charities dropped from 24.2 per cent to 18.2 per cent.
The province’s $5.6 billion operating deficit is just the tip of the iceberg.
The United Nations climate agenda includes global wealth redistribution.
By 2025/26, the province will spend an estimated $4.1 billion on debt interest—an increase of 53 per cent over three years.
Among universal health-care countries, Canada ranks poorly on several key indictors including number of hospital beds.
The province's net debt is $31,749 per person, by far the highest level of any province in Canada.
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