Quebec may soon ban all oil and natural gas development in the province.
The recent inflow of people to the region does not mean the problem of outmigration has been solved.
It’s important for policymakers to recognize the severity of Ontario’s growth problem, how long-lived it has been, and the challenge of weak business investment that could impede future growth.
Europe’s energy crunch should serve as a cautionary tale for governments across North America with regard to the challenges of abruptly changing our energy mix by subsidizing renewable energy.
In August, the price of meat increased by 6.9 per cent.
Real per-person economic growth was 9.1 per cent in Ontario compared to 26.1 per cent in the rest of Canada.
Labour productivity grew at a relatively slow 0.88 per cent average annual rate from 2016 to 2019.
Provincial transfers represented about 21 per cent of federal spending, up from 13 per cent in 1997.
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