Net job growth over the past decade has been heavily concentrated in Toronto and Ottawa.
Federal law requires all provinces to price carbon, and if they refuse, Ottawa can impose the tax on the province.
Next year Ontario’s debt burden per person is projected to surpass Quebec’s.
Population is not growing, employment is shrinking, and new investment spending has shrunk.
Traffic congestion isn’t just a nuisance or environmental hazard—it’s also a significant economic harm.
Ontario increased its top marginal personal income tax rate by about 17 per cent.
The average Ontarian is now poorer than the average Canadian.
Since 2007, Ontario has seen its net debt approximately double, from $157 billion to $308 billion.
Regulatory red tape is resulting in fewer new homes than there otherwise would be with a growing pool of buyers, contributing to rising prices.