Over the last nine years, Canadian living standards have not increased.
Since 2015 Canada has posted some of the weakest economic growth numbers in half a century.
Between 2016 and 2019, the Trudeau government recorded average economic growth of 2.1 per cent compared to 4.6 per cent during the Chrétien years.
Due to Liberal government reforms in the 1990s, per-person program spending dropped by 15.5 per cent.
For the 2020 to 2022 period, the average annual GDP growth rate was highest in B.C. at more than 2 per cent.
The region's average per-person GDP is 32.7 per cent larger than Ontario's.