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This week’s 2016 Economic Statement cut average growth to 1.7 per cent over the next five years.


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Canada raised tariffs in the 1930s and sunk into the Great Depression.


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From 2011 to 2014, average annual economic growth in Michigan was higher than in Ontario, despite slower population growth.


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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is called “Il Rottamatore,” which translates into the dismantler or demolition man.


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Greater use of happy words lined up with greater reported well-being.


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Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes did little to improve their economic fundamentals or competitiveness.

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Starting in 2003, Ontario’s real GDP growth dropped below the average in the rest of Canada and it has consistently lagged over the ensuing decade.

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While all three party leaders tried to assure us that they are best able to guide us through an uncertain economic world, all missed the fundamental point that Canada is a small open economy.


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A new report from the government of Canada, on Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 to 2013, is making news. And as usual, the bad news leads.