ontario finances

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How to start cleaning up Ontario's finances—fast

The FAO projects a deficit of $12 billion due to higher spending and weak revenue growth.

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What can Doug Ford learn from Jean Chretien

The province’s debt load will hit $325 billion this year.

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The Ontario government plans to spend more than $190 billion on public infrastructure.

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Contrary to government claims, Ontario’s auditor general says the province’s deficit is $11.7 billion.

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Ontario now adding debt even faster than before

This year, the government expects to add $16.8 billion to the province’s net debt.

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Kathleen Wynne's budget

This year’s budget plans to increase program spending by 6.1 per cent this year.

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Will the next PC leader maintain Brown’s Wynne 2.0 platform

The PC platform promises to maintain the 20 per cent minimum wage hike implemented by the Wynne government.

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Ontario’s upcoming budget must take the long view

Ontario’s provincial debt nearly doubled from $157 billion in 2007/08 to $301 billion in 2016/17.