In 2022/23, the latest year of complete data, inflation-adjusted spending reached a record high of $14,275 per person.
The province would essentially become un-investable in many industries that do business on Crown lands or water.
More than 58 per cent of families in the province reported difficulty finding child care in 2023 compared to 46.5 per cent in 2019.
First Nations would have veto power over mining, hydro projects, communication towers and much more.
These fees reach tens of thousands of dollars per home in the housing-starved Lower Mainland.
By 2025/26, the province will spend an estimated $4.1 billion on debt interest—an increase of 53 per cent over three years.
From February 2020 to June 2023, total employment in B.C. increased by 111,500 jobs—including 104,400 in the government sector.
The province's debt-to-GDP ratio will climb to a projected 22.5 per cent in 2025.