From 2015 to 2022, Canada’s population increased by 3.3 million compared to only 1.6 million housing completions.
The province spent $171 million on business subsidies in 2019.
Business investment provides workers with the tools and new technologies to produce more and better goods and services.
Businesses in Canada went from investing approximately 79 cents per worker (for every dollar invested in the U.S.) in 2014 to only 55 cents in 2021.
Green technologies and related manufactured goods comprise less than 1 per cent of Canada's GDP.
Due to Liberal government reforms in the 1990s, per-person program spending dropped by 15.5 per cent.
The province's level of private-sector investment per worker was the second-lowest in Canada.