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Monthly Grain Dealer reporting

The Canadian Grain Commission encourages grain dealer licensees to use the on-line reporting service to complete your Monthly Grain Dealer Report.

To secure and protect your information a username and password is required. Personal information collected is protected under the Privacy Act (Department of Justice Canada).

Using the Monthly Grain Dealer reporting online service

Step 1

Sign up your company to use the online reporting service

To use the online Monthly Grain Dealer reporting tool, your company must be signed up. Once your company is signed up, you will not have to register again.

Step 2

Sign in to enter the Monthly Grain Dealer report

This online reporting service can be used between the 1st and 25th of each month to report the previous month’s handlings.

Enter all shipments for the month and show the corresponding receipts, even if purchased in a previous month. Purchases made at the end of a month but shipped at the beginning of the next month should be reported as corresponding with the shipments.

Step 3

After entering the information for each shipment, verify the entered information.

Step 4

Submit your report to the Canadian Grain Commission.

After you submit your monthly report, contact Canadian Grain Commission Statistics and Business Information if you need to make a correction.

If you have problems using this online reporting service, call Canadian Grain Commission Client Services at 1-866-873-1660. For all other information, please call 1-800-853-6705 and ask for Canadian Grain Commission Statistics and Business Information or email:

Obligation to report

Canada Grain Regulations, Section 24: Licensed Grain Dealer Reports states that:

Every month each licensed grain dealer shall submit to the Commission a report made on a form supplied by the Commission or accepted by the Commission respecting the grain dealer’s operations during the preceding month.

Failure to comply with your obligations under the Canada Grain Act and Canada Grain Regulations could lead to the suspension or revocation of your licence. Please note that it is a serious offence to make a false report.