Public-sector capital investment is pegged at $48.5 billion over the next three years.
Oregon's per-person GDP was 20 per cent higher than in B.C.
The province's lagging underscores the need for pro-growth policy reform.
The province's top combined income tax rate increased from 43.7 per cent to 53.5 per cent.
During the restraint period, per-person spending increased by $44 per year compared to $401 from 2016/17 to 2019/20.
Payroll costs across the provincial government sector are poised to increase sharply.
The province's net debt increased in 2021/22 by $2.6 billion to reach $55.8 billion.