Deficits and debts are not free money—they come at a cost.
Quebec is currently the most indebted province relative to the size of the provincial economy.
Since 1990-91, the province has run deficits 20 out of 27 years.
In 2016, Toronto residents paid $60 more per month than the average Canadian for electricity.
The Wynne government almost exclusively targeted housing demand—not supply.
Employment growth has been lopsided, with the GTA and adjacent areas reaping most of the benefits.
The Ontario government plans to spend more than $190 billion on public infrastructure.
Ontario’s housing plan limits rent increases to 1.5 per cent annually.
According to the PBO, provincial cooperation with the federal carbon floor may reduce the size of Canada's economy by 0.5 per cent in 2020.
Contrary to government claims, Ontario’s auditor general says the province’s deficit is $11.7 billion.