This week’s 2016 Economic Statement cut average growth to 1.7 per cent over the next five years.
Canada raised tariffs in the 1930s and sunk into the Great Depression.
From 2011 to 2014, average annual economic growth in Michigan was higher than in Ontario, despite slower population growth.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is called “Il Rottamatore,” which translates into the dismantler or demolition man.
Greater use of happy words lined up with greater reported well-being.
Comparing Recent Economic Performance in Canada and the United States: A Provincial and State-Level Analysis
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.
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.
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.