Municipal spending in Ontario—a snaphot

Oct 11 17:10 2018 Print This Article

Author:

Livio Di Matteo

The average annual growth rates in household income range from a high of 4.1 per cent for Timmins to a low of -0.1 per cent for Windsor.

Read more about Municipal spending in Ontario—a snaphot

Tags: 

municipal finances

city hall

ontario

government spending

income growth

Read More

About Article Author

Fraser Institute Blog

TFI produces research about government actions in areas that deeply affect Canadian’s quality of life such as taxation, health care, aboriginal issues, education, economic freedom, energy, natural resources and the environment. TFI improves the quality of life for Canadians, their families, and future generations by studying, measuring, and broadly communicating the effects of government policies, entrepreneurship, and choice on their well-being.

  Categories:

Related Items

Why a Carbon Fee and Dividend now makes more sense than ever for Canada

Now that Manitoba has joined Ontario and Saskatchewan in opposition to a carbon tax, what are the realistic political options for the federal government?  Economists overwhelmingly support carbon pricing as the most economically efficient way to reduce greenhouse gas emission and combat climate c ...

Online cannabis sellers bracing for major demand as legalization looms

TORONTO — As many as 100 locations across the country may be ready to sell cannabis on Wednesday when recreational pot is legalized across the country, but most Canadians’ first purchase of legal pot will likely be at the click of a button. Provincial and territorial governments and private ret ...

Can earnings season stop the market’s decline?

Markets are crashing! Sell your stocks! The world is coming to an end! There’s a good chance you’ve heard at least something like this over the last week, whether from cable TV, a business news website or your panicked friend who wants to pull everything out of the market. Stocks have taken a t ...

Why “72” is the most important number for investors

The year 1972, for those of us old enough to remember, was a year that will forever be etched in our brains as the most important year in hockey history. It was the year of the famous Summit Series between Canada and the former Soviet Union. The Summit Series was organized to determine true hockey ...

How to invest a $240,000 inheritance

Q: I am 63 years old, and stayed home to raise my family for a number of years, so do not have a lot of employment years or high income. I am currently working, but my health is slowly diminishing due to rheumatoid arthritis and not sure how much longer I can work full time. I may only receive $50 ...

National Housing Market Flat in September, CREA Data Shows

Canadian home sales dropped sharply in September as prices remained mostly stable compared to last year, according to data released today by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Home sales sank almost 9% from last September while the average price increased just 0.2% to $487,000. Excluding t ...