PEI debt

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P.E.I. government should reduce spending to avoid fiscal risks

The Maritime provinces receive a larger share of their revenue from federal transfers than any other province.


8:58AM
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P.E.I. starved for private-sector investment

The province's level of private-sector investment per worker was the second-lowest in Canada.


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P.E.I. government fails to rein in runaway spending
The province's per-person spending will increase from $15,022 before the pandemic to $15,738 by 2024/25.

12:28PM
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The evidence is clear—P.E.I. must balance its budget

The province's net debt will top $2.6 billion, which breaks down to $16,285 per Islander.


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P.E.I.’s massive budget deficit could grow much larger

Prince Edward Islanders will pay approximately $809 per person in provincial debt interest costs this year.


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P.E.I government debt could balloon this year

The province's net government debt may rise 17 per cent in 2020/21.