More forecasts are calling for the price of oil to dip close to $20, and this will be a problem for Canada, reports Maclean’s.

At first, Maclean’s notes, the oil shock “was expected to be focused mostly on energy-producing provinces.” But now, “there are now very real signs the pain is spreading to other regions.”

Then, “Last week, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz reminded the country of the hit we’re collectively taking: the drop in oil has delivered a $50-billion cut to Canada’s national income, equal to $1,500 per year for each man, woman and child.”

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