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Canada’s economy has stagnated despite Ottawa’s spin

From 2015 to 2023, inflation-adjusted per-person economic growth averaged a paltry 0.3 per cent.

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If provinces and states are too big (or too small) it’s a problem

Ontario is roughly three times larger than both B.C. and Alberta.

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Outflow of Albertans should set off alarm bells

Unlike Texas, Alberta government finances deteriorated due to spending-fuelled budget deficits.

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Are some provinces and states too big to succeed?

Subnational jurisdictions of around 9.5 million people seem to be the fastest-growing economies.

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Canada must grow denser and more populated

New York City is 2.45 times more dense than Toronto.

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Overall, Canada ranks 10th with a score well above the OECD average.

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Most other OECD countries have milder climates and higher population densities, which results in lower energy needs.