On labour market performance, Ontario ranks 52nd of 60 North American jurisdictions.
For the average private-sector employment rate, every province (except Alberta) performed worse than every American state.
People at the bottom of the income distribution aren’t poor because people at the top are rich.
Canada’s average annual total job-growth rate was less than half the U.S. rate.
Ontario has offered government workers a 7.5 per cent pay raise.