provincial government debt

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Provinces would be running surpluses if they showed spending restraint

According to projections, Ontario will spend more on debt interest than on post-secondary education this fiscal year.

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Unexpected influx of revenue does not give provinces licence to spend

Other countries have built health-care systems that perform better than Canada’s at a comparable or lower cost.

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Provincial finances go topsy-turvy from Ontario to B.C.

Alberta’s government debt burden is set to eclipse Saskatchewan and B.C.’s this year.

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Since 2007/08, combined federal and provincial government net debt has grown from $834 billion to $1.3 trillion.