Compared to 2007, Ontario had 170,000 fewer manufacturing jobs in 2017.
Five Ontario economic regions actually lost jobs in 2019.
In Ontario, we’re sitting at 4.4 per cent compared to 4.5 in July 2018.
Toronto's employment rate fell from 64 per cent to 61.9 per cent.
On labour market performance, Ontario ranks 52nd of 60 North American jurisdictions.
Eleven out of 23 urban areas in the province have not recovered from the last recession.
Net job growth over the past decade has been heavily concentrated in Toronto and Ottawa.
Only New Brunswick and Nova Scotia created fewer private-sector jobs than Ontario, on average, each year between 2007 and 2016.