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Table of contents - details

  1. Introduction
  2. Objective of user fees consultations
  3. Purpose of consultation document
  4. Providing your input
    • 4.1 We value your input. We want to hear:
    • 4.2 Appropriate input excludes the following:
    • 4.3 How to submit your input
    • 4.4 What happens when your input is received?
    • 4.5 Independent advisory panels
    • 4.6 Taking your input into account
    • 4.7 Next steps after consultations
  5. Background information
    • 5.1 Our fees and funding
    • 5.2 Authority to change fees
    • 5.3 Legal and policy requirements
    • 5.4 Guiding principles
    • 5.5 Principles for setting user fees
  6. Our services
  7. Proposed user fees
    • 7.1 Annual increases
    • 7.2 More background about our proposed user fees
  8. How changing user fees would affect you
    • 8.1 Producers and grain companies
    • 8.2 Canadians
  9. Comparison to user fees in other countries
  10. Review cycle
  11. How we determined costs
    • 11.1 Fee calculation example
    • 11.2 Public benefit appropriation
    • 11.3 Total projected costs and revenues
  12. Service standards, performance measurement and tracking

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