Since 1990-91, the province has run deficits 20 out of 27 years.
High electricity prices were responsible for roughly 75,000 job losses in the province’s manufacturing sector.
Ontario’s population may grow by 30 per cent, from 14.2 to 18.5 million.
Clearly, lack of a workplace pension does not doom someone to financial insecurity in retirement.
In 2017/18, Ontario’s net debt reached $308 billion.
Ford plan's reported savings represent only $2.33 per Torontonian per year.
The original OHIP+ provided limited coverage to a population that largely didn’t need assistance.
In the Greater Toronto Area, home prices are 50 per cent higher than they were during Ontario’s last election in 2014.
Ontario needs policies that encourage Ontarians to spend more energy and imagination working and innovating.
If investors can fetch a higher after-tax return by investing in Ontario over Alberta, there’s a good chance they will.