Ontario is roughly three times larger than both B.C. and Alberta.
optimal size of government
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Government spending represented 40.4 per cent of the country's economy in 2019, up from 37.4 per cent in 2007.
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When tax rates increase, people often change their economic behaviour in ways that shrink the targeted tax base.
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In the last year of reliable data before the pandemic, government spending in Nova Scotia represented 60.2 per cent of the economy.
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Subnational jurisdictions of around 9.5 million people seem to be the fastest-growing economies.
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The Determinants of Subnational Economic Freedom: An Analysis of Data for Seven Countries with Implications for Optimal Jurisdiction Size
Novembre 6, 2020 9:48AM
Nova Scotia recorded the largest government sector at 61.6 per cent of the economy, more than double the optimal size.
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In 2018-19, per person federal program spending (adjusted for inflation) reached $8,869.