1944 Farm Act Remains Valid

A Tommy Douglas-era law intended to protect farmers from bank foreclosure has been upheld by the Supreme Court. Justices ruled in favour of a Naicam, Sask. rancher who faced demands from creditors for repayment of a $10 million mortgage: “I wish it was wrong”.

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