The Trudeau government ranks last on average total household income growth.
Canada has the fifth-highest level of total indebtedness (relative to the size of our economy) among 29 industrialized countries.
Canada's total government debt now equals 107 per cent of GDP.
The Trudeau government forecasts a $154.7 billion budget deficit in 2021/22.
The plan calls for $27.2 billion over the next five years to reduce daycare costs.
Federal program spending in 2021/22 is $54.4 billion higher than planned in November 2020.
The federal debt-to-GDP ratio will reach 51.2 per cent, the highest level since 1999.
At 79 per cent, Canada had the fastest growth in its debt-to-GDP ratio in the G-7.
Interest payments on the federal debt are expected to equal $20.2 billion in 2020/21.