According to the recent budget, Ontario's deficits will average 3.7 per cent of GDP over the next three years.
Over the next three fiscal years, Ontario’s cumulative deficit will hit a forecasted $99.7 billion.
In fiscal year 2022/23, Ontario's government debt interest costs will reach $13.9 billion.
Net debt reached $355 billion at the end of last year.
Ontario’s budget deficit will likely be the largest in provincial history.
The province's deficit this year will be 4.6 per cent larger than the Ontario economy.
The Ford government projected a deficit of $20.5 billion for 2020-21.
Ontario announced no measures to tackle the underlying problems in the province’s electricity market that cause higher prices.
Ontario's net debt is set to hit $354 billion this year.
Ontario's top marginal personal income tax rate of 53.53 per cent is the second-highest in North America.