This report reviews the Province’s health sector spending plan in the 2023 Ontario Budget and the 2023-24 Expenditure Estimates.
This report reviews the Province’s health sector spending plan and discusses the Province’s plans for five priority areas: hospital capacity, long-term care and home care, surgical waitlists and wait times, emergency departments, and the health sector workforce.
This report provides an update on the Province’s 2022-23 spending plan and reviews actual unaudited spending by the government over the first three quarters of the 2022-23 fiscal year (April 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022).
This Economic and Budget Outlook report provides the FAO’s projection of the Ontario government’s fiscal position over the 2022-23 to 2026-27 period, based on information available up to January 25, 2023.
This report examines the impacts of more extreme rainfall on the long-term costs of maintaining public linear storm and wastewater infrastructure in a state of good repair.
This report provides information on spending by the Government of Ontario through the first two quarters of the 2022-23 fiscal year.
This report analyzes the Ministry of Education’s spending plan as set out in the 2022 Ontario Budget and the 2022-23 Expenditure Estimates.
This Economic and Budget Outlook report provides the FAO’s projection of the Ontario government’s fiscal position to 2027-28, based on information available up to October 12, 2022.
This report analyzes Ontario Public Sector employment and compensation. The report provides an overview of public sector employment in Ontario, discusses upcoming collective bargaining negotiations and the application of wage restraint under Bill 124, projects provincial spending on employee compensation over the next five years, and discusses three key risks to this projection: inflation, the court challenge to Bill 124 and staffing shortages.
This report examines how changes in extreme rainfall, extreme heat and freeze-thaw cycles will impact the long-term costs of maintaining public transportation infrastructure in a state of good repair.