In 2022, the province’s population grew by 7.7 people for every home completed—the second-lowest ratio in Canada.
Last year, the median wait time between referral to treatment in Nova Scotia was 58.2 weeks, dwarfing the national average.
By December 2020, a large body of research showed that children represented two per cent or less of diagnosed COVID cases.
Wages in the mining-sector are more than 40 per cent higher than the average in all other sectors in the province.
The province's top combined income tax rate is 54 per cent.
The average family in the province will pay more than 45 per cent of its income in taxes this year.
At 58.2 weeks, the province’s median wait time is more than double the national average.
A lower employment rate also has implications for government finances.
The government promised to add 1,500 spots by the end of 2022, but instead added just 400.