The province's median income increased by just 5.4 per cent—less than half the overall growth rate across Canada.
There's no evidence that bureaucrats can spend more wisely on technology than entrepreneurs.
Several major cities including Windsor and Thunder Bay experienced a rate of job creation below the national average.
Three of the province's CMAs experienced employment growth at less than half the national average.
Alberta had the lowest top personal income tax bracket in North America in 2014—now it has the 10th highest.
In Windsor, median household income actually declined.
Total employment increased by 17.3 per cent in the GTA, 9.7 per cent in Ottawa and 1.9 per cent in the rest of the province.