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Canada’s gloomy economic outlook may put federal finances at risk

The Bank of Canada recently reiterated its long-term expectation that economic growth will decline to 1.3 per cent.

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Warning: the Chinese economy may soon run out of steam

China’s GDP overstates its economic performance.

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Six years after the recession, neither Southwestern, Northern nor Eastern Ontario had recovered to 2008 employment levels.

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Over the last 100 years, government spending around the world has grown.

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By 2014, Ontario’s sluggish economic performance had caused living standards to fall below the Canadian average.

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At an average of 3.6 per cent, the most robust growth period for Central Canada was during the pre-1973 oil crisis.

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Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes did little to improve their economic fundamentals or competitiveness.