Since the 1970s, Canada’s spending-to-GDP ratio has always been larger than the ideal range to maximize economic growth.
Federal government spending is expected to increase by more than 68 per cent in 2020-21.
At $38,000, the benefit it begins to get “clawed back” at a rate of 50 cents on the dollar.
The relative size of government in Canada is well beyond the “optimal” size for promoting productivity growth.
The federal debt will reach nearly 70 per cent of GDP by 2050.
Canadian health-care authorities must revisit rates of reimbursement for virtual visits.
Canada's ranking has plummeted in global competitiveness report cards.
There are an estimated 177,700 CERB-eligible spouses living in households with at least $100,000 in income.
The average Canadian can expect to pay $4,894.