Real per-person economic growth was 9.1 per cent in Ontario compared to 26.1 per cent in the rest of Canada.
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The Trudeau government will likely expand the scope of our public health-care system and Canadian families will pay even more for public health care every year.
Over a two-year span, Ottawa is expected to add more than $500 billion in federal debt.
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.
The price of Brent Crude oil could reach US$100 per barrel in 2022 due to a surge in demand.
The province spent more per-capita on health care than any other province.
The president revoked the permit for Keystone XL, which would have brought 830,000 barrels per day of Albertan oil to the United States.