Official inspection — railway cars, trucks or containers
Fees shown are before tax. The applicable taxes (Goods and Services Tax and provincial sales tax in Quebec) will be collected on these fees.
Fees are updated on April 1.
All fee codes changed on April 1, 2016.
|Fee code||Unit (per)||2013-14||2014-15||2015-16||2016-17||2017-18|
|322||Inspection||$143.99||$146.29||$148.63||$151.01||$153.43 until July 31, 2017
$121.12 from August 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018
Description of service
Official inspection of grain or screenings discharged to railway cars, trucks or containers, and issuance of certificate.
- When grain being loaded is other than grade ordered, the Canadian Grain Commission will inform the elevator staff by form IW-7.
- Applicable documents for final outward inspection will be issued within two business days after all of the following has been met:
- completion of loading;
- receipt of final documentation request from the shipper/exporter; and
- completion of all required analytical testing results.
- Grades are accurate (based on the official sample).
- The target for achieving this standard is set at 90%.
|90%||99.3%||service not requested||service not requested||service not requested|
Applying for outward official weighing — railway cars, trucks or containers
- The first level of contact for outward official inspection is the regional office or service centre nearest you.
- If you feel that the Canadian Grain Commission is not meeting its performance standards, you can give us feedback.
For more information
- Government-Wide Forward Regulatory Plans
- The Cabinet Directive on Regulatory Management
- The Red Tape Reduction Action Plan
- The Canada–United States Regulatory Cooperation Council
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