The average annual growth rates in household income range from a high of 4.1 per cent for Timmins to a low of -0.1 per cent for Windsor.
High electricity prices were responsible for roughly 75,000 job losses in the province’s manufacturing sector.
If federalism means anything, provinces must have real responsibilities.
Ontario’s upcoming provincial budget will likely include a significant increase in government spending with an eye on the spring election.
The ratio of household net worth-to-GDP has risen over time.
In 2016-17, the deficit was $0.991 billion but $6.276 billion was added to the net debt.
Insurance companies are the principal beneficiaries of Ontario’s new publicly-funded pharmacare program.
Electricity prices in Toronto rose by 71 per cent between 2008 and 2016.
The government-owned chain is the only Ontario retailer to sell spirits.
Tobacco taxes and LCBO revenues have grown robustly.