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Information on this website is divided into the following categories.

Grain quality

Grades, specifications and grading procedures are available for grains regulated in Canada.


Information about becoming licensed by the Canadian Grain Commission and the responsibilities of licensed grain companies.

Research and data

Current and historical statistics on grain handling, exports, grain elevators, varieties by acreage, and producer cars.

Producer protection

Find out how to get a grade dispute resolved; exercise your rights and follow the rules that apply to getting paid for the grain you deliver; apply for a producer car; and use a grading service before delivery.

Direction for the industry

Memos to the trade, orders, and policies used by the Canadian Grain Commission to guide or direct the grain industry.

About us

Information about the Canadian Grain Commission and its role in the Canadian grain industry.


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