Canada: ONTARIO: Fissiparous Tendencies

In Toronto, the Workers' Educational Association of Canada (which sponsors night classes for workers) planned to build a house on a lot it owned on O'Connor Drive, then to raffle it off for profit. Then in the deed to the lot it discovered an ominous clause: ". . . not to be sold to Jews or persons of objectionable nationality." The Association went to court to have the clause annulled.

Last week in Ontario's Supreme Court, a canny Scot Justice named Keiller MacKay gave a decision that all members of the clan Mackay could...

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