Service fees

Service fees
Other services
Analytical testing services
Information regarding fee calculation

Effective April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

Fee code Name of service Fee name Description of service Unit (per) Fee*
321 Official inspection 1. Official inspection - ships (payable by the elevator operator) Official inspection of grain or screenings discharged to ships and issuance of certificate Tonne $1.35
322 Official inspection 2. Official inspection - railway cars, trucks or containers (payable by the elevator operator) Official inspection of grain or screenings discharged to railway cars, trucks or containers, and issuance of certificate Inspection $121.12
323 Reinspection 3. Reinspection of grain (payable by the person requesting the inspection) Reinspection by the Chief Grain Inspector for Canada or authorized inspector in respect of
(a) an inspection of grain upon receipt; or
(b) an inspection of a submitted sample
Reinspection $68.68
324 Official weighing 4. Official weighing - ships (payable by the elevator operator) Monitoring of official weighing of grain or screenings discharged to ships and issuance of certificate Tonne $0.07
325 Official weighing 5. Official weighing - railway cars, trucks or containers (payable by the elevator operator) Monitoring of official weighing of grain or screenings discharged to railway cars, trucks or containers, and issuance of certificate Railway car or truck or container $6.67
326 Authorized service provider - inspection or weighing 6. Third-party authorization application (payable by the applicant) Processing of an application for authorization of a third party to provide inspection or weighing of grain upon receipt into a terminal elevator Application $137.35
327 Supplementary fees for official inspection 7. Travel and accommodation for official inspection services outside regular location (payable by the elevator operator) Canadian Grain Commission staff are available to conduct official inspection in a location where on-site inspection is not available Actual Cost calculated in accordance with the rate set out in the Travel Directive of the National Joint Council of the Public Service or, if no rate is set, actual cost.
421 Supplementary fees for official inspection 8. Non-scheduled service reservation — cancellation (payable by the elevator operator) Where Canadian Grain Commission staff are reserved for official inspection outside of regularly scheduled location hours, the fee will be charged when service is cancelled Employee reporting $239.06
333 Licensing 9. Full-term licence (payable by the licensee) Issuance of licence (all classes) for a one-year term or, if the licence is issued following the expiry of one or more short-term licences, for a term that consists of the remainder of the year that began on the issuance of the first short-term licence Licence/month or partial month $275.68
334 Licensing 10. Short-term licence (payable by the licensee) Issuance of licence (all classes) for one month or partial month Licence $381.64
335 Producer railway cars 11. Producer railway car application (payable by the producer) Processing of a complete application for a producer railway car Railway car $29.00
336 Inspection of submitted samples 12. Inspection of submitted sample (payable by the person submitting the sample) Inspection of sample of grain or screenings and issuance of certificate Sample $45.78
342 Sampling services 13. Official sample (payable by the person making the request) At the time of official inspection, obtaining and supplying a portion of the representative grain sample, and identifying the portion with a Canadian Grain Commission seal Sample $68.68
366 Documentation 14. Documentation issued (payable by the person making the request) Provision of the following types of supplemental documentation:
• inspection certificate
• letters of analysis
• statements of assurance
Document $71.77

 

*Adjusted annually on April 1 by the percentage change over 12 months in the April All-items Consumer Price Index for Canada.

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