The overall employment rate hasn’t recovered to 2019 pre-COVID levels.
The federal government should undo regulations that impede large infrastructure projects including pipelines.
Persistent labour shortages are helping drive up costs.
In the recent past, the province's recessions have been followed by extended periods of debt growth.
Between 2016 and 2019, per-person GDP grew at an average annual rate of only 0.8 per cent.
An OECD study suggested a 3 per cent COVID-related lifetime loss in income.
The 2016-2019 period had the weakest economic performance of the five periods analyzed.
Canada ranks 6th highest among 35 high-income for the share of the economy represented by government spending.
There are an estimated 177,700 CERB-eligible spouses living in households with at least $100,000 in income.