Gov’t Agency To Probe Usury

A federal agency has drafted plans for research on payday lending, the first study of its kind since Parliament delegated enforcement of usury laws to the provinces in 2007. The Financial Consumer Agency described borrowers as “fairly transient” and the working poor: “People are borrowing out of desperation, not convenience”.

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