charles sousa

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The Wynne government’s budget raises most middle tax rates and adjusts income thresholds.


3:19PM
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Ontario will run budget deficits of nearly $7 billion in each of the next three fiscal years.


3:46PM
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Ontario’s upcoming provincial budget will likely include a significant increase in government spending with an eye on the spring election.


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In 2016-17, the deficit was $0.991 billion but $6.276 billion was added to the net debt.


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An economic slowdown or recession would make the Wynne government’s debt reduction plan much less likely.


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Ontario will add $34 billion in debt over the next three years.

2:36PM
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Ontario’s debt is expected to rise by approximately $34 billion over the next three years.

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With an election on the books for June 2018, the pressure will build for new spending.

10:11AM
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The Ontario government will give $4.9 million to support small cideries and distilleries in the province.

1:44PM
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The average Ontarian is now poorer than the average Canadian.