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11:49AM
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Higher federal carbon tax will imperil Canadian competitiveness
The federal government now wants a $170 per tonne carbon tax by 2030.

10:31AM
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Ontario’s finances—back to the ’90s?

The province expects a $33.1 billion deficit next year.


5:38PM
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Fiscal update—federal finances in worse shape than previously thought

Per-person federal government program spending will reach an estimated $16,350 in 2020.


6:06PM
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What a difference a decade can make—southwestern Ontario’s sobering lesson for Alberta

Alberta had the lowest top personal income tax bracket in North America in 2014—now it has the 10th highest.


9:03AM
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Southwestern Ontario lagging behind in job creation, income growth

In Windsor, median household income actually declined.


4:46PM
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Canada’s fiscal situation near crisis levels

Federal net debt for 2020-21 will likely exceed $1.1 trillion.


3:08PM
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Ontario’s red ink—the Ford government should heed lessons from recent past

According to the recent budget, Ontario's deficits will average 3.7 per cent of GDP over the next three years.


12:43PM
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With right approach, Ford government can stop Ontario’s fiscal roller-coaster

Government workers in Ontario receive higher wages and more generous benefits than similar workers in the private sector.


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