The province's post-1990 average per-capita annual income growth rate was barely one-quarter that of its 1960 to 1990 rate.
The province's median income increased by just 5.4 per cent—less than half the overall growth rate across Canada.
Southwestern Ontario’s two largest cities went from the top third to the bottom third for median income in Canada.
Ontario's government debt has reached nearly $400 billion.
The province's top combined personal income tax rate stands at 53.53 per cent.
There's no evidence that bureaucrats can spend more wisely on technology than entrepreneurs.
The region's average per-person GDP is 32.7 per cent larger than Ontario's.
The province plans to give $500 million in loans and grants to a steel manufacturer in Hamilton.