Inspection of submitted sample


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.

See current and past fees for Inspection of submitted sample fee code 336.

Description of service

Inspection of sample of grain or screenings and issuance of certificate.

Service standard

  • A submitted sample certificate will be issued within five business days of receiving the sample and completion of all required analytical testing results.
  • Grades are accurate (based on the submitted sample reinspection process).

Performance target

  • The target for achieving this standard is set at 90%.

Performance information

Overall performance
Target 2018 to 2019 2019 to 2020 2020 to 2021 2021 to 2022 2022 to 2023
90% 99.0% 99.0% 99.6% 99.8% 99.4%

Applying for inspection of submitted sample


I-106 - Request for inspection services on unofficial submitted grain samples, including Final Quality Determination Western Canada (PDF – 275 kb)

I-107 - Producer and industry request for inspection services - Eastern Canada: Including grade dispute samples (PDF – 172 kb)

Service feedback

  • If you feel that the Canadian Grain Commission is not meeting its performance standards, you can give us feedback.

Related links

To learn about upcoming or ongoing consultations on proposed federal regulations, visit the Canada Gazette and Consulting with Canadians web sites.

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