Current projections suggest firms will invest less money in Ontario this year than in 2008.
The minimum wage will increase by more than 30 per cent in less than a year-and-a-half.
About 40 per cent of federal revenue comes from Ontario.
The province’s top earners face a tax rate of 53.5 per cent on any additional earnings.
The so-called “Global Adjustment” covers everything other than the cost of actually generating electricity.
Higher minimum wages tend to reduce employment opportunities for younger and less-skilled workers.
Ontario’s net debt will rise to a projected $336 billion.
Those smart thermostats won't be free—taxpayers will foot the bill.
Higher taxes, rapid debt accumulation and soaring electricity costs have made Ontario less attractive for investment.