ontario labour policy

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Ontario needs growth and prosperity in all regions—not just two big ones

The Toronto and Ottawa metropolitan areas were responsible for 98.6 per cent of all net job growth in the province.


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Ford government should act to improve Ontario’s improving economy

From 2007-2016, private-sector employment growth in Ontario averaged just 0.6 per cent annually.


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Here’s how the Ford government can actually make Ontario ‘open for business’ again

Ontario’s top income tax rate is the second-highest in Canada and the United States.


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Ontario unemployment numbers—the devil’s in the details

Toronto's employment rate fell from 64 per cent to 61.9 per cent.


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Higher minimum wages tend to reduce employment opportunities for younger and less-skilled workers.


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Higher taxes, rapid debt accumulation and soaring electricity costs have made Ontario less attractive for investment.


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Business investment in Ontario is $50.9 billion this year, down from $53.8 billion before the recession.