Only New Brunswick and Nova Scotia created fewer private-sector jobs than Ontario, on average, each year between 2007 and 2016.
The Trump administration has significantly improved the business environment in the U.S.
Four CMAs saw their employment shrink, and they were all in Ontario.
Between 2005 and 2015, the manufacturing sector’s share of employment in Ontario fell from 16.7 per cent to 10.7 per cent.
Job-creation in London, Greater Sudbury and Thunder Bay was negative.
There's plenty of room to grow upwards by adding more homes within the city’s existing urban footprint.
Ontario’s net debt will rise to a projected $336 billion.
The province’s portion of national GDP growth eclipsed 42 per cent in both 2006 and 2012.
Labour market performance has been extremely weak since the last recession.