As the economic role of government expanded in 20th century Canada, governments lost sight of the law of diminishing returns.
The Ontario government knew eliminating coal would not significantly contribute to emission reductions.
Between now and 2019, Ontario will increase its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Ontario’s unemployment rate crept up slightly to 5.9 per cent in October.
The minimum wage will increase by more than 30 per cent in less than a year-and-a-half.
The plan may cost the province up to $93 billion.
The so-called “Global Adjustment” covers everything other than the cost of actually generating electricity.
Ontario’s net debt will rise to a projected $336 billion.
Those smart thermostats won't be free—taxpayers will foot the bill.
Minimum wage hikes result in low-skilled workers being less likely to find employment at an automatable job.