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Excerpt from Report of the Ontario Agricultural Commission of Inquiry: January 22, 1945
On the basis of the above statement, the Commission proceeded with its work. First priority was given to questions related to the immediate proble.s of 1944 agricultural 7'reduction, and the needs of the United Patioos for food supplies to 'ressente the war effort. Second priority was given to the connittees dealing with specific crops and cohjodltigs and to ressing problems of a general character. Consideration of the long-term overall Letters assigned to the Comm ssion was thus deferred until tie nore inm - sdiate Letters ciuld be cleared away. Those matters involved some exhaustive inquiries into several fields of agriculture, and brou - gnc from the co.mittees recommendations for the consideration of the Commission as a whole. Since this co:nission was established entirely as a Connission of Inquiry, a fact-finding bod: with no powers of execution, its finer gs have been fron tine to time submitted to tie Niiister of Agriculture for his examination and for whatever action the Government might see fit to make.
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