The provincial income tax bill in P.E.I. is twice as large as the bill for someone earning the same amount in B.C.
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During Premier King’s tenure, spending has grown on average by more than 9 per cent annually in P.E.I.
The Maritime provinces receive a larger share of their revenue from federal transfers than any other province.
The province's level of private-sector investment per worker was the second-lowest in Canada.
The province's net debt will top $2.6 billion, which breaks down to $16,285 per Islander.
The provincial government projects a $112 million operating deficit this year.