Direction for the industry
The Canadian Grain Commission has the responsibility and authority to propose and enforce laws and regulations that establish and maintain standards of quality for Canadian grain, regulate grain handling in Canada, and ensure the dependability of grain as a commodity for domestic and export markets.
- Forward Regulatory Plan
- Forward Regulatory Plan list of regulatory initiatives
- Regulatory Stock Review Plan
- Service standards for high-volume regulatory authorizations
- Policy on Providing Guidance on Regulatory Requirements
- Administrative Burden Baseline
Become an accredited third-party service provider or obtain a Canadian Grain Commission certification.
- Accreditation of third party audit companies for grain safety and identity preserved quality management systems for grain
- Canadian Grain Commission Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (CGC HACCP)
- Canadian Identity Preserved Recognition System (CIPRS)
- Canadian Identity Preserved System and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (CIPRS+HACCP)
- Application Package CIPRS, CIPRS HACCP and CGC HACCP
Product segregation codes and product codes are numeric codes created and used by the Canadian Grain Commission and grain industry stakeholders.
Orders of the Canadian Grain Commission include the variety designation lists as well as other orders. The Commission makes orders when necessary to fulfill its mandate.
Policies establish a framework under which the authority of the Canada Grain Act or Canada Grain Regulations are applied.
Also known as Memoranda of the Canadian Grain Commission, memos provide general information and/or instructions. They might include information such as grading instructions and requirements to obtain special permission.
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