Canada’s economy has grown at or above 1 per cent in 18 different quarters since 2000.
Economic productivity remains low, which translates into lower wage and income growth for Ontarians.
Growth expectations from private-sector economists have consistently declined since this government came to power.
Carefully thinking out regulation is a lot easier to do after the fact.
The government’s growth strategy should be to see to it Canadian firms spend more of their time producing and competing for profit and less of it talking about producing and competing to hit national targets.
The Five Solitudes of Ontario: A Regional Analysis of Labour Market Performance in Post-Recession Ontario
A one percentage point drop in the combined corporate tax rate would increase the average wage of Canadian workers by up to $390.
Ottawa has hiked taxes on Canada’s most skilled and educated workers.
The Liberal government remains committed to a misguided fiscal policy approach that spends borrowed money in the hopes of increasing prosperity.