The Blue Ribbon Panel and the Kenney government face a daunting fiscal challenge.
Government Spending & Taxes
In fact, $700 million represents the taxes paid by almost 83,000 Canadians.
When I play 18 holes, the person who benefits is me.
“STiK” is Ottawa’s acronym for “social transfer in kind."
In 2018-19, per person federal program spending (adjusted for inflation) reached $8,869.
Over the next three years, net debt is expected to grow almost 25 per cent.
The province has one of the highest top personal income tax rates in North America.
Low-income families now pay more taxes than before this government’s reforms.
Per-person spending levels reached $8,639 in 2018 under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau—only $72 short of the all-time high.
For comparable jobs, government-sector wages in Ontario are 10.6 per cent higher (on average) than wages in the private sector.
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