ontario government spending

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Ford government must prepare for post-COVID spending cuts

Ontario’s budget deficit may eclipse $21 billion this year.


11:49AM
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Taxpayers likely to feel city hall’s COVID cash crunch

Less permit fee and land transfer tax revenue is driving Toronto’s overall revenue drop.


10:41AM
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Ontarians shoulder provincial government debt—and big chunk of federal debt

The government’s debts exceed its financial assets by approximately $353.7 billion.


9:16AM
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Ford government’s upcoming second budget should include real fiscal reform

Ontario's top marginal personal income tax rate of 53.53 per cent is the second-highest in North America.


11:03AM
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Ford government must get serious about reducing government debt
The Ford government should chart a course to pre-recession debt levels.

10:54AM
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Controlling government wages crucial to Ford’s deficit-reduction plan

Government-sector workers enjoy a wage premium of 10.3 per cent over workers in the private sector.


9:56AM
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More money from Ottawa the wrong solution to Ontario’s fiscal challenges

The Canada Health Transfer will eclipse $40 billion this year.


10:29AM
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How the Ford government can promote economic freedom in Ontario

Economic freedom benefits people throughout the income spectrum.


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Ford’s former finance minister proffers sound advice for his successor

Ontario's net debt will reach a forecasted $390 billion within the next five years.