Over the last decade, growth in per-person GDP is at its lowest level since the 1930s.
Canada’s average income per person is now lower than income levels in 41 U.S. states.
While the population and federal spending have both risen significantly, growth in real incomes and living standards has stalled.
Redistribution is not an effective way to help low-income people.
While ChatGPT and Google can help us gather information, neither should be accepted uncritically and without review.
In 2022, real GDP per person remained below the 2019 level and was scarcely higher than five years earlier.
Federal, provincial and local governments spent more than $352 billion subsidizing firms from 2007 to 2019.