CWB Directors Knew Assets Bought With Farmers' Money Would Become Crown Property: Former CWB Director

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Guest editorial by Henry Vos, a former Canadian Wheat Board director from Alberta. Editor’s note: This week the Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board, a group that includes some former CWB directors, applied to have the Supreme Court hear their appeal to move ahead with a class action lawsuit against the federal government. The $17 billion claim seeks financial compensation for losses the group says were incurred as a result of the government’s decision to end the CWB’s single desk monopoly. It is hard to fathom that just over two years ago Western Canadian farmers faced the prospect of jail…

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