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.
In 1990, Ontario’s debt-to-GDP ratio stood at 13 per cent.
In total, 48 U.S. jurisdictions have lower top PIT rates than every Canadian province.
The national debt is approaching $1 trillion.
Canada’s personal income tax rates are among the highest in the industrialized world.