The provincial budget projected that net debt would grow to $48.9 billion in 2020/21.
More than three million Canadians have lost their jobs.
CIBC predicts the province's unemployment rate will rise to 9.7 per cent.
Less permit fee and land transfer tax revenue is driving Toronto’s overall revenue drop.
Singapore's COVID-related deaths equal 0.0002 per cent of that country's population.
Premier Kenney says province likely to run a deficit close to $20 billion.
Rising incomes and low interest rates have generated tremendous demand for housing across the country.
Calgary city council cut business property taxes by 11 per cent.
Total employment increased by 17.3 per cent in the GTA, 9.7 per cent in Ottawa and 1.9 per cent in the rest of the province.
Divergences between expected inflation and actual inflation contribute to economic inefficiencies that harm economic growth.
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