Canada Grain Regulations

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Canada Grain Regulations

C.R.C., c. 889CANADA GRAIN ACT
Canada Grain Regulations1 The definitions in this section apply in these Regulations.

accountable gross weight
accountable gross weight[Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 1]
Act
Act means the Canada Grain Act. (Loi)
grading of unofficial samples
grading of unofficial samples[Repealed, SOR/2001-273, s. 1]
gross handling variance
gross handling variance[Repealed, SOR/2013-111, s. 1]
gross handling variance percentage
gross handling variance percentage[Repealed, SOR/2013-111, s. 1]
hazardous substance
hazardous substance means any pesticide, desiccant or inoculant. (substance dangereuse)
inland terminal elevator
inland terminal elevator[Repealed, SOR/2001-273, s. 1]
net weight
net weight means the gross weight of grain less the amount of dockage specified on the elevator or grain receipt or cash purchase ticket issued in respect of the grain. (poids net)
regional inspector
regional inspector[Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 1]

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 1;
SOR/2002-255, s. 1;
SOR/2004-198, s. 1;
SOR/2013-111, s. 1.

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PART 1 Canadian Grain Commission

Fees of the Commission

2 The fees of the Commission for services performed under the Act are set out in Schedule 1.

SOR/78-55, s. 1;
SOR/88-408, s. 1;
SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/95-386, s. 1;
SOR/96-508, s. 1;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 2(E);
SOR/2003-284, s. 1;
SOR/2004-198, s. 2.

Oath or Solemn Affirmation of Commissioner

3 A commissioner’s oath or solemn affirmation of office shall be taken as it appears in Form 1 of Schedule 2.

SOR/78-55, s. 2;
SOR/81-610, s. 1;
SOR/96-508, s. 2;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 3;
SOR/2003-284, s. 2.

PART 2 Grain Grades, Grading and Inspection

Oath or Solemn Affirmation of Member of Grain Standards Committee

4 The oath or solemn affirmation of office of a member of a grain standards committee who is not a commissioner and who is not employed in the public service of Canada shall be taken as it appears in Form 2 of Schedule 2.

SOR/96-508, s. 3;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 4;
SOR/2003-284, s. 3.

4.1 [Repealed, SOR/2013-111, s. 2]
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Grain Grades

5 (1) The following seeds are designated as grain for the purposes of the Act: barley, beans, buckwheat, canola, chick peas, corn, fababeans, flaxseed, lentils, mixed grain, mustard seed, oats, peas, rapeseed, rye, safflower seed, soybeans, sunflower seed, triticale and wheat.
(2) The grade names and the specifications for grades of grain are those set out in Schedule 3.

SOR/96-508, s. 4;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-285, s. 1;
SOR/2013-111, s. 3.

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Official Samples

6 (1) An official sample taken under section 30 of the Act shall be taken in accordance with Chapter 2 of the Commission’s Sampling Systems Handbook and Approval Guide, revised on January 14, 2015 and in effect on August 1, 2015.
(2) No official samples shall be taken by means of a mechanical sampler unless it is installed, tested and maintained by the licensee under the direction of an inspector.

(3) An official sample shall be retained for the period beginning on the date of the grading of the sample and ending

(a) not less than six months after that date, if the sample is taken on the discharge of grain out of an elevator into a ship; and
(b) [Repealed, SOR/2003-284, s. 5]
(c) not less than 20 days after that date, in any other case.

SOR/86-813, s. 1;
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 5;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 5;
SOR/2003-284, s. 5;
SOR/2004-198, s. 3;
SOR/2005-361, s. 1;
SOR/2006-206, s. 1;
SOR/2013-111, s. 4;
SOR/2015-137, s. 1.

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Official Inspection

6.1 When a licensed grain dealer or the operator of a licensed elevator requests an official inspection of grain, they shall advise the Commission of the origin of the grain, or of the fact that the grain is of mixed origin, on the appropriate form supplied by the Commission.
SOR/2005-217, s. 1.

Terminal Elevator and Third Party Samples

6.2 A sample taken as part of an inspection under subsection 70(1), (2) or 70.2(1) or section 70.3 of the Act shall

(a) be taken in accordance with Chapter 2 of the Commission’s Sampling Systems Handbook and Approval Guide, revised on January 14, 2015 and in effect on August 1, 2015; and
(b) be retained for not less than seven days after the date of the grading of the sample.

SOR/2013-111, s. 5;
SOR/2015-137, s. 2.

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Grading of Unofficial Samples

7 (1) Any licensee or any person not required to be licensed or exempted from licensing under section 44 of the Act may forward an unofficial sample of grain to any regional inspection office of the Commission for a determination of one or more of its grade, dockage and other quality factors.

(2) A sample forwarded under subsection (1) shall

(a) consist of at least 1 kg;
(b) be taken in such a manner as to ensure that it is an average and representative sample of the parcel of grain from which it is taken; and
(c) be forwarded, with all shipping charges prepaid, in a container that will maintain the integrity of the sample.

(3) The shipper of a sample forwarded to a regional inspection office under this section shall

(a) state on a form supplied by the Commission that accompanies the sample the name and post office address of each person to whom the report as to the grade, dockage and other quality factors of the sample is to be sent; and
(b) place on the form a distinguishing number or mark of identification that the shipper has not previously used in respect of any other sample during that crop year.

(4) On receipt of a sample and its accompanying form forwarded in accordance with this section, an inspector shall examine the sample and make the requested determination of its grade, dockage or other quality factors and transmit a copy of the determination in writing to each person named on the form.
(5) Any person who has an interest in the grain and who is dissatisfied with the determination of the inspector may, within 15 days after the date of the examination, request the chief grain inspector for Canada to re-examine the sample.
(6) On receipt of the sample, the chief grain inspector for Canada shall examine it, determine its grade, dockage and other quality factors and transmit a copy of the determination to each person named in the request.
(7) The determination of the chief grain inspector for Canada is final.
(8) An unofficial sample shall be retained for the period beginning on the date of the grading of the sample and ending not less than 20 days after that date.

SOR/89-376, ss. 11(F), 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 6;
SOR/2004-198, s. 4;
SOR/2005-361, s. 2;
SOR/2013-111, s. 6.

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Disposal of Samples

8 (1) Official samples and unofficial samples forwarded to the Commission for grading shall be sold by public tender within a reasonable time after the end of the required retention period for the samples under subsection 6(3) or 7(8).
(2) [Repealed, SOR/2005-361, s. 3]
(3) If no tender is received by the Commission for the purchase of an official sample or unofficial sample, the sample shall be discarded.

SOR/89-376, ss. 1, 12(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 7;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2004-198, s. 5;
SOR/2005-361, s. 3;
SOR/2006-206, s. 2.

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8.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Prescribed Form of Inspection Certificate

9 An inspection certificate referred to in section 32 of the Act shall be in the form set out

(a) in the case of Canadian grain other than the case set out in paragraph (b), in Form 12 of Schedule 4; and
(b) in the case of Canadian grain inspected on discharge from terminal elevators, in Form 13 of Schedule 4.

SOR/84-626, s. 1;
SOR/85-677, s. 1(F);
SOR/87-476, s. 1(F);
SOR/89-393, s. 2;
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/93-197, s. 1;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 7;
SOR/2004-198, s. 6;
SOR/2013-111, s. 7.

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10 [Repealed, SOR/2002-255, s. 3]

Grain Appeal Procedures

11 An application for the reinspection of grain under section 39 of the Act shall be made in writing and include the following information:

(a) the identification of the parcel of grain from which the official sample was taken;
(b) the name and location of the elevator or other place where the official sample was taken;
(c) the date of the official inspection; and
(d) the grade and dockage assigned to the grain by the official inspection.

SOR/86-813, s. 2;
SOR/89-376, ss. 12(F), 14(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/93-197, s. 2;
SOR/96-508, s. 9;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 8;
SOR/2004-198, s. 7;
SOR/2013-111, s. 8.

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12 For the purpose of section 40 of the Act, an appeal lies under section 39 of the Act in respect of grain that has been officially inspected on discharge from a primary elevator to a terminal elevator.

SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 7;
SOR/2004-198, s. 7;
SOR/2013-111, s. 8.

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13 The result of an appeal to the chief grain inspector for Canada shall be given without delay in writing by the chief grain inspector for Canada to the appellant and to the operator of the elevator where the grain was officially inspected.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 7;
SOR/2004-198, s. 7;
SOR/2013-111, s. 8.

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14 If, as a result of an appeal taken under section 39 of the Act to the chief grain inspector for Canada, a grade is assigned to the grain that is different from the grade previously assigned to it, the inspection certificate revised in accordance with section 41 of the Act shall bear the date on which the appeal was decided.

SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 10(E);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2004-198, s. 7;
SOR/2013-111, s. 8.

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PART 3 Licences and Licensees

Exemptions from Licensing

[SOR/2001-273, s. 8]

15 (1) The following types of elevators are exempted under paragraph 117(a) of the Act from the licensing requirements of the Act:

(a) an elevator constructed for the purpose of handling and storing grain as part of the operation of a feed mill;
(b) a process elevator, other than an elevator referred to in paragraph (a), if the operator of the elevator does not purchase grain from producers, does not assume obligations to producers for the payment of money in respect of grain and allows the Commission access to the operator’s records for the elevator;
(c) an elevator constructed for the purpose of handling and storing grain as part of the operation of a seed cleaning plant, if the operator of the seed cleaning plant does not operate the elevator to handle, store or purchase grain except grain for seed purposes and allows the Commission access to the operator’s records for the elevator; and
(d) any elevator, if the operator of the elevator operates the elevator only as an agent or mandatary for licensees, the licensees provide security to the Commission for all grain received into the elevator and the operator allows the Commission access to the operator’s records for the elevator.

(2) The grain handling operation of a grain dealer is exempted under paragraph 117(a) of the Act from the licensing requirements of the Act if the grain dealer allows the Commission access to the grain dealer’s records for dealing in and handling western grain and

(a) the grain dealer does not deal in or handle western grain except as an agent or mandatary for licensees and the licensees provide security to the Commission for all western grain transactions handled by the grain dealer;
(b) the grain dealer does not deal in or handle western grain except grain for seed purposes; or
(c) the grain dealer does not purchase western grain from producers and does not assume obligations to producers for the payment of money in respect of western grain.

SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 1;
SOR/93-197, s. 3;
SOR/96-508, s. 11;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 9;
SOR/2002-255, s. 4;
SOR/2004-198, s. 8;
SOR/2006-206, s. 3.

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15.1 and 15.2 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

General Conditions of Licensing

16 It is a condition of every licence to operate an elevator that the licensee shall

(a) store all grain received in an elevator building described in the application for the licence;
(b) notify the Commission in writing of any functional alteration to the elevator building described in the application or any functional alteration respecting grain flows or sampling or control mechanisms, and of any addition to any equipment associated with the elevator, within 15 days after plans for the alteration or addition become available;
(c) without delay notify the Commission in writing of any damage to, or destruction of, any elevator building described in the application, or damage to, or destruction or removal of, any equipment required by the Commission to be installed in the elevator building;
(d) without delay notify the Commission in writing of any damage to, or the destruction of, any grain stored in any elevator building described in the application;
(e) keep each elevator building and all associated equipment in good repair and in good working order;
(e.1) keep sampling and weighing equipment and areas surrounding the equipment clean and accessible; and
(f) keep the licence posted in a conspicuous place in the elevator.

SOR/89-376, s. 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 10;
SOR/2002-255, s. 5;
SOR/2003-284, s. 9(E);
SOR/2004-198, s. 9;
SOR/2005-361, s. 4.

Security

17 The period prescribed for the purpose of paragraph 49(3)(a) of the Act is

(a) if an elevator receipt or grain receipt is issued on delivery of the grain, 90 days; and

(b) if a cash purchase ticket or other bill of exchange is issued on delivery of the grain or is later issued on surrender of an elevator receipt or grain receipt in respect of the grain, the lesser of

(i) 90 days, and
(ii) the period that ends 30 days after the day on which the cash purchase ticket or other bill of exchange is issued.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2005-361, s. 5.

18 Security is not required from an applicant for a licence or from a licensee if the applicant or licensee is an agent of Her Majesty in right of Canada.

SOR/89-376, ss. 2, 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 12;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2.

19 For the purposes of subsection 49(5) of the Act, the prescribed percentage of security realized or enforced is 100%.

SOR/89-376, ss. 10(F), 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/89-393, s. 3;
SOR/93-24, s. 1;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2.

Records to Be Kept by Licensees

20 Each licensee shall keep, for at least six years, all documents that relate to grain that was delivered to, stored by, shipped or otherwise disposed of by the licensee and that specify whether the grain was purchased, received for storage or received for sale on commission.

SOR/85-677, s. 3;
SOR/89-376, s. 10(F), 11(F), 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/89-394, s. 1;
SOR/93-24, s. 2;
SOR/96-508, s. 13;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2.

20.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Application for Licence

[SOR/2002-255, s. 6]

21 (1) Each applicant for a licence shall submit to the Commission, at least 10 days before the commencement date of the licence period, specimens of all tickets, receipts, notes, reports of sales, waivers and any other forms to be used by the licensee under its licence.
(2) [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 10]
(3) Each applicant for a licence shall submit to the Commission, at least 10 days before the commencement date of the licence period, the licence fee set out in Schedule 1 and the security fixed by the Commission under section 45 of the Act.

SOR/89-376, s. 16(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 14;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 11;
SOR/2003-284, s. 10;
SOR/2004-198, s. 10.

22 [Repealed, SOR/2001-273, s. 11]

Obligation and Security Reports

23 Every month, each licensed grain dealer, primary elevator operator and process elevator operator shall submit to the Commission, on the appropriate form supplied by the Commission or in an electronic format acceptable to it, a report respecting the licensee’s outstanding obligations for the payment of money or the delivery of grain to holders of elevator receipts, grain receipts and cash purchase tickets and the security amount available to meet those obligations at the end of the preceding month.

SOR/84-627, s. 2;
SOR/89-376, ss. 12(F), 16(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 16;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 7;
SOR/2008-314, s. 1.

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Licensed Grain Dealer Reports

24 Every month, each licensed grain dealer shall submit to the Commission, on a form supplied by the Commission or in an electronic format acceptable to it, a report respecting the grain dealer’s operations during the preceding month.

SOR/84-791, s. 2;
SOR/89-376, s. 16(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 7;
SOR/2004-198, s. 11(E);
SOR/2008-314, s. 1.

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24.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Process Elevator Reports

25 Every week, each process elevator licensee shall submit to the Commission, in an electronic format acceptable to the Commission, a report respecting the licensee’s operations during the preceding week.

SOR/89-376, s. 16(F);
SOR/93-25, s. 1;
SOR/96-508, s. 17;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2008-314, s. 1.

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25.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Primary Elevator Reports

[SOR/2001-273, s. 13]
26 Each primary elevator licensee shall submit to the Commission

(a) every week, in an electronic format acceptable to the Commission, a report respecting the licensee’s operations during the preceding week; and
(b) no later than October 15 in each crop year, on the appropriate form supplied by the Commission or in an electronic format acceptable to it, a report respecting the licensee’s operations during the preceding crop year for each primary elevator operated by the licensee.

SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/93-25, s. 2;
SOR/96-508, s. 17;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2008-314, s. 2.

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Terminal Elevator Reports

27 Every day, the operator of a terminal elevator shall submit to the Commission, in an electronic format acceptable to the Commission, a report respecting the elevator’s operations during the preceding day.

SOR/84-626, s. 3;
SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/93-25, s. 3;
SOR/96-508, s. 17;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 8;
SOR/2008-314, s. 3;
SOR/2013-111, s. 9.

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28 [Repealed, SOR/2005-361, s. 6]

PART 4 Tariffs

Storage Charges if Licensee Unable to Deliver Grain

29 With respect to a period referred to in subsection 53(2) of the Act, the special maximum storage charge at an elevator is

(a) if the period has lasted seven days, for the next seven days of the period, 75% of the storage charge that could otherwise be made by the operator of the elevator for that type of storage; and
(b) if the period has lasted 14 days, for the remainder of the period, 50% of the storage charge that could otherwise be made by the operator of the elevator for that type of storage.

SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 18;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2.

Public Notices

29.1 The operator of a licensed primary elevator shall keep posted in a conspicuous place in the elevator the schedule of the current charges filed with the Commission under subsection 50(1) of the Act.
SOR/2004-198, s. 12.

PART 4.1 Grain Delivery Contracts

29.2 In this Part, delivery period means, in relation to a contract for the purchase of grain, the period specified in the contract during which grain is to be delivered by the producer to the licensee. (période de livraison)
SOR/2014-191, s. 1.

29.3 (1) Any contract between a producer and a licensee for the purchase of grain within a delivery period must include a provision stating that, in the event that delivery of the kind and grade of grain indicated in the contract is not accepted by the licensee during the delivery period, a penalty is to be paid by the licensee to the producer.

(2) The contract must also include provisions stating that the penalty

(a) is agreed on by the producer and the licensee in the contract and is either

(i) based on a daily amount, in which case it is payable for each day during the period beginning on the first day after the day on which the delivery period expires and ending on the day on which the total amount of grain specified in the contract is accepted and received by the licensee, or on another day otherwise agreed upon by the producer and the licensee; or
(ii) a lump sum;

(b) applies to the remaining undelivered portion of grain that was contracted for but that was not accepted by the licensee during the delivery period; and
(c) is payable either at the time that the delivery of grain is completed by the producer or on another day otherwise agreed on by the producer and the licensee.

SOR/2014-191, s. 1.

PART 5 Elevators, Grain Dealers and Grain Handling

Shrinkage Allowance

30 The maximum shrinkage allowance that may be made on the delivery of grain to any licensed elevator is zero.

SOR/89-376, s. 16(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 19(E);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 12;
SOR/2004-198, s. 13;
SOR/2011-45, s. 1.

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31. and 32 [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 13]

Receipt of Grain into a Licensed Primary Elevator

33 (1) Every cash purchase ticket or primary elevator receipt issued by the operator of a licensed primary elevator shall be in the appropriate form set out in Schedule 4.
(2) If grain is purchased by the operator of a licensed primary elevator, the operator shall issue a cash purchase ticket without delay after the grain is unloaded.
(3) If grain is received for storage at a licensed primary elevator, the operator of the elevator shall issue a primary elevator receipt without delay after the grain is unloaded.

SOR/78-55, s. 3;
SOR/84-626, s. 4;
SOR/85-678, s. 3;
SOR/89-376, ss. 12(F), 14(F), 20(F);
SOR/95-386, s. 4;
SOR/96-508, s. 22;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 14.

Sampling on Delivery

34 For the purposes of sections 35 and 36, on the delivery of grain to a licensed primary elevator, a portion of at least 1 kg from a sample of the grain that is considered by the elevator operator and the person delivering the grain to be representative of the grain shall be taken from each load and retained at the elevator.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 9;
SOR/2004-198, s. 14;
SOR/2008-314, s. 4.

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Dockage Determination on Receipt at Licensed Primary Elevator

35 (1) The operator of a licensed primary elevator shall make an accurate determination of dockage in grain delivered at the elevator by

(a) taking a representative portion of at least 1 kg from the sample referred to in section 34;
(b) testing the sample with equipment of a type authorized by the Commission and hand-picking, if necessary, any portion that is not separable by that equipment; and
(c) computing the dockage to the nearest 0.1%.

(2) If the person delivering grain to a licensed primary elevator so requests, the test to determine the dockage in the grain shall be made in that person’s presence.

SOR/84-626, s. 6;
SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/95-386, s. 5;
SOR/96-508, s. 23;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 10;
SOR/2008-314, s. 5;
SOR/2013-111, s. 10.

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35.1 [Repealed, SOR/95-386, s. 6]

Subject to Inspector’s Grade and Dockage

36 (1) If the operator of a licensed primary elevator and a person delivering grain to the elevator do not agree on the grade of the grain or the dockage in the grain, and an interim primary elevator receipt is issued, the operator, in the presence of the person delivering the grain, shall take a representative portion of at least 1 kg from the sample referred to in section 34 and shall

(a) put the representative portion in a container that is supplied by the operator or the person delivering the grain and that the operator and that person agree will maintain the integrity of the sample;
(b) identify the container with the name of the owner of the grain and with the interim primary elevator receipt number;
(c) mark the container “Subject to Inspector’s Grade and Dockage”; and
(d) forward the container to the nearest regional inspection office of the Commission, with all shipping charges prepaid, accompanied by a written request from the operator or the owner of the grain that an inspector examine the representative portion and report to the persons named in the request what grade and dockage the inspector would assign to the grain if the examination were an official inspection.

(2) On receipt of the representative portion, an inspector at the regional inspection office of the Commission shall examine it, determine its grade and dockage and transmit a copy of the determination to each person named in the request.
(3) Any person who has an interest in the grain and who is dissatisfied with the determination of the inspector may, within 15 days after the date of the examination, request the chief grain inspector for Canada to re-examine the representative portion.
(4) On receipt of the representative portion, the chief grain inspector for Canada shall examine it, determine its grade and dockage and transmit a copy of the determination to each person named in the request.
(5) The determination of the chief grain inspector for Canada is final.
(6) On receipt of the final determination, the operator of the elevator shall exchange the interim primary elevator receipt for the appropriate primary elevator receipt or cash purchase ticket indicating the grade and dockage assigned to the representative portion in accordance with this section.
(7) For greater certainty, in this section, “grade” includes the tough, damp, moist and wet grades established in the Off Grades of Grain and Grades of Screenings Order.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 11;
SOR/2003-284, s. 15;
SOR/2004-198, s. 15;
SOR/2008-314, s. 6;
SOR/2013-111, s. 11.

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36.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Identity Preservation of special Bin Grain

[SOR/2004-198, s. 16(E)]

37 (1) If grain is lawfully offered at a licensed primary elevator for special binning and the operator of the elevator agrees to specially bin the grain, the operator and person delivering the grain shall

(a) put a sample of the grain in a container that is of a type acceptable to the Commission, that will maintain the integrity of the sample and that is supplied by the operator or the person delivering the grain;
(b) identify the container with the name of the owner of the grain and with the special bin primary elevator receipt number; and
(c) mark the container “Special Bin”.

(2) The person delivering the grain to the elevator shall secure the container by means of a lock or seal.
(3) The operator shall keep the container in a locked storage cabinet or storeroom at the elevator, for not less than 30 days.
(4) to (7) [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 17]

SOR/84-626, s. 8;
SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 16(F);
SOR/95-386, s. 7;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 12;
SOR/2003-284, s. 16;
SOR/2004-198, s. 17;
SOR/2008-314, s. 7.

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38 [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 18]

Drying of Grain at Licensed Primary Elevators

38.1 (1) Subject to these Regulations, the operator of a licensed primary elevator may dry tough, damp, moist or wet grain at the elevator in accordance with orders of the Commission.
(2) The operator of a licensed primary elevator shall issue an elevator grain drying receipt in a form supplied by the Commission or accepted by the Commission for each load of grain containing excessive moisture delivered to the elevator for artificial drying.
(3) The holder of the drying receipt may surrender the receipt to the operator and take from the operator any other appropriate receipts that the circumstances require or take delivery of the grain.

SOR/2002-255, s. 12.

Cleaning of Grain

39 (1) If, in accordance with section 63 of the Act, grain is lawfully offered for storage at a licensed primary elevator and a request is made that it be cleaned, the elevator receipt that is required to be issued under that section shall be a combined primary elevator receipt in Form 7 of Schedule 4, endorsed as follows:
“To be cleaned before being shipped or settled for.”

(2) The holder of the elevator receipt shall surrender it after the grain is cleaned, and the operator of the licensed primary elevator shall then issue the appropriate primary elevator receipt or cash purchase ticket for the grain, adjusted to the grade and quantity of the grain after cleaning.
(3) If grain that is delivered for cleaning is returned to the owner of the grain, the operator of the licensed primary elevator shall issue a cleaning receipt for the grain, in a form acceptable to the Commission.

SOR/79-543, s. 1;
SOR/89-376, ss. 10(F), 14(F), 18(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 26;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 18;
SOR/2004-198, s. 19.

Shipment of Grain from a Licensed Primary Elevator

40 (1) The operator of a licensed primary elevator shall issue all shipping bills for grain shipped from the elevator and shall notify of each shipment any persons that the holder of a primary elevator receipt directs.
(2) If grain is shipped from a licensed primary elevator, the operator of the elevator shall, on request from the holder of the primary elevator receipts in respect of the grain, give the holder particulars as to the grain shipped.

(3) If a conveyance is supplied at a licensed primary elevator on the application of any person other than the operator of the elevator, the operator shall not load into that conveyance any grain other than

(a) in the case of specially binned grain, grain offered by that person; or

(b) in the case of grain other than specially binned grain,

(i) grain offered by that person, or
(ii) grain that is of the same kind, grade and quantity as the grain referred to in the elevator receipts surrendered by that person.

SOR/89-376, ss. 11(F), 12(F), 14(F), 15(F), 18(F);
SOR/93-24, s. 4;
SOR/96-508, ss. 27, 61(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 19(F).

41 The operator of a licensed primary elevator

(a) shall, on request by the Commission, produce elevator receipts or bills of lading for all grain that has been shipped from the elevator for which primary elevator receipts are outstanding; and
(b) shall not assign, mortgage, pledge or hypothecate any grain stored in the elevator for which primary elevator receipts are outstanding.

SOR/89-376, ss. 12(F), 14(F);
SOR/94-508, s. 1;
SOR/95-336, s. 10(F);
SOR/96-508, ss. 28, 61(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2.

42 If the operator of a licensed primary elevator requires the holder of a primary elevator receipt to take delivery of the grain in accordance with section 65 of the Act, the operator shall

(a) deliver to the holder of the primary elevator receipt in person, or send by registered mail to the holder’s latest known address, a notice that

(i) identifies the receipt issued in respect of the grain,
(ii) makes the demand that the grain be removed from the elevator, and
(iii) shows the final date on which the holder may take delivery of the grain; and

(b) forward to the Commission a duplicate copy of the notice.

SOR/89-376, ss. 10(F), 12(F), 14(F), 18(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/93-24, s. 5;
SOR/96-508, ss. 29, 61(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2.

Elevator Receipts — Right of Redelivery

43 (1) [Repealed, SOR/2003-284, s. 20]

(2) The holder of a primary elevator receipt who waives the right to demand delivery from the operator of the elevator of the grain referred to in the receipt shall sign the following waiver set out on the receipt:
“I hereby waive the right to demand delivery of the grain described in this receipt from the operator of the elevator.”

SOR/89-376, ss. 11(F), 14(F), 15(F), 18(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/93-24, s. 6;
SOR/96-508, s. 30;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 20.

Receipt of Grain into a Licensed Process Elevator

[SOR/2001-273, s. 15]
44 A grain receipt or a cash purchase ticket that is required by subsection 78(2) of the Act to be issued by the operator of a licensed process elevator on the receipt of grain from a producer into the elevator shall be issued on delivery of the grain by the producer and shall be in Form 1 or Form 6 of Schedule 4, as appropriate.

SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 31;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 21.

Receipt of Grain by a Licensed Grain Dealer

45 (1) For the purpose of this section, delivery of grain to an agent or mandatary of a licensed grain dealer is considered to be delivery to the licensed grain dealer.
(2) A grain receipt or a cash purchase ticket that is required by subsection 81(1) of the Act to be issued by a licensed grain dealer shall be issued on receipt of western grain delivered by a producer or on being entitled to western grain delivered to an elevator by a producer, and shall be in Form 1 or Form 6 of Schedule 4, as appropriate.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 16;
SOR/2002-255, s. 13;
SOR/2003-284, s. 22;
SOR/2006-206, s. 4.

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46 [Repealed, SOR/2003-284, s. 23]

Direct Hit Shipments

47 The operator of a licensed terminal elevator may receive grain without causing it to be inspected and weighed and without issuing an elevator receipt for it if the grain is transferred directly from a railway car or other conveyance to a ship and is officially inspected and weighed on transfer to the ship.

SOR/89-376, ss. 10(F), 11(F), 14(F), 18(F), 20(F);
SOR/93-24, s. 7;
SOR/96-508, s. 33;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 14;
SOR/2004-198, s. 20;
SOR/2005-361, s. 7;
SOR/2013-111, s. 12.

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Receipt and Discharge of Grain from Licensed Terminal Elevators

48 The operator of a licensed terminal elevator may receive grain without causing it to be inspected or weighed if

(a) it is eastern grain;
(b) it is foreign grain; or
(c) it is western grain that has been previously inspected and weighed at a licensed terminal elevator.

SOR/2010-55, s. 1;
SOR/2013-111, s. 12.

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49 The operator of a licensed terminal elevator may discharge grain without causing it to be officially inspected and officially weighed if

(a) it is for export to the United States; or
(b) it is not for export.

SOR/2013-111, s. 12.
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Dockage Determination at Licensed Terminal Elevator

50 The operator of a licensed terminal elevator shall make an accurate determination of dockage of grain delivered at the elevator, computing the dockage to the nearest 0.1%.

SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 18(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 37;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 15;
SOR/2003-284, s. 24;
SOR/2005-361, s. 8;
SOR/2006-206, s. 5;
SOR/2010-55, s. 2;
SOR/2013-111, s. 12.

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Reinspection by the Chief Grain Inspector for Canada

51 (1) An application and a sample referred to in subsection 70(5) of the Act, for reinspection by the chief grain inspector for Canada, shall be forwarded to the chief grain inspector for Canada within five days after the date of the original inspection.

(2) An application referred to in subsection (1) shall include

(a) the identification of the parcel of grain from which the sample was taken;
(b) the name and location of the licensed terminal elevator where the sample was taken;
(c) the date of the original inspection; and
(d) the grade and dockage assigned to the parcel of grain.

(3) A sample of grain referred to in subsection (1) shall

(a) consist of at least 1 kg;
(b) be taken in such a manner as to ensure that it is an average and representative sample of the parcel of grain from which it is taken;
(c) be forwarded, with all shipping charges prepaid, in a container that will maintain the integrity of the sample;
(d) be accompanied by a form acceptable to the Commission that states the name and post office address of each person to whom the report respecting the grade and dockage of the sample is to be sent; and
(e) be identified on the form by a distinguishing number or mark that the shipper has not previously used in respect of any other sample during that crop year.

SOR/89-393, s. 4;
SOR/96-508, s. 38;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2004-198, s. 22;
SOR/2013-111, s. 12.

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Sampling of Grain if not Inspected on Receipt at a Licensed Terminal Elevator

52 A sample referred to in subsection 70.1(2) of the Act shall

(a) be taken on loading of the grain into a railcar;
(b) consist of at least 1 kg;
(c) be taken in such a manner as to ensure that it is an average and representative sample of the parcel of grain from which it is taken; and
(d) be forwarded to the Commission, with all shipping charges prepaid, in a container that will maintain the integrity of the sample.

SOR/2013-111, s. 12.
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Sampling of Grain on Receipt from a Licensed Terminal Elevator where Grain is not Inspected

52.1 A sample referred to in subsection 70.4(2) of the Act shall

(a) consist of at least 1 kg;
(b) be taken in such a manner as to ensure that it is an average and representative sample of the parcel of grain from which it is taken; and
(c) be forwarded to the Commission, with all shipping charges prepaid, in a container that will maintain the integrity of the sample.

SOR/2013-111, s. 12.

Discharge of Grain Containing Dockage

[SOR/2005-361, s. 9]
53 If the operator of a licensed terminal elevator wishes to obtain the permission of the Commission under paragraph 75(b) of the Act to discharge from the elevator grain containing dockage, the operator shall make a written request to the Commission stating

(a) the kind, grade and quantity of the grain;
(b) the final destination of the grain; and
(c) the reasons for the request.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2004-198, s. 24;
SOR/2013-111, s. 13.

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54 [Repealed, SOR/2002-255, s. 16]

55 [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 25]

56 [Repealed, SOR/2005-217, s. 2]

Special Binning

57 The operator of a licensed terminal elevator may specially bin any grain if either

(a) the following conditions are met, namely,

(i) the operator and the person wishing to specially bin the grain enter into a special bin agreement in the form set out in Form 15 of Schedule 4,
(ii) all the grain is binned in accordance with the agreement,
(iii) not more than 30% of the total operating capacity of the elevator is contractually committed to special binning of grain, and
(iv) a copy of the agreement is filed by the operator with the Commission before the commencement date of the agreement; or

(b) the grain is binned according to protein level.

SOR/84-626, s. 11;
SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 39;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 26;
SOR/2004-198, s. 27;
SOR/2013-111, s. 14.

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57.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Terminal Elevator Receipts

58 A terminal elevator receipt shall be in Form 9 of Schedule 4.

SOR/89-376, s. 12(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 17;
SOR/2003-284, s. 27;
SOR/2004-198, s. 28;
SOR/2013-111, s. 15.

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Compulsory Removal of Grain from Licensed Terminal Elevators

59 (1) A notice in writing given by the operator of a licensed terminal elevator to the last known holder of a terminal elevator receipt under section 77 of the Act shall

(a) be delivered to the holder of the receipt in person or sent by registered mail to the holder’s latest known address;
(b) show the numbers of the elevator receipts issued in respect of the grain to be removed from the elevator;
(c) make the demand that the grain be removed from the elevator; and
(d) show the final date by which the holder is required to take delivery of the grain.

(2) If the operator of a licensed terminal elevator gives the notice in accordance with subsection (1), the operator shall at the same time forward a copy of the notice to the Commission.

SOR/89-376, ss. 12(F), 14(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 40;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2013-111, s. 15;
SOR/2015-137, s. 3(F).

Previous Version

60 [Repealed, SOR/2013-111, s. 15]
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Hazardous substances and Contaminated Grain in Elevators

[SOR/2004-198, s. 29]

61 (1) No hazardous substances, other than products used for fumigating and spraying infested grain, shall be used for the treatment of grain at an elevator.

(2) No hazardous substances shall be stored in an area of a licensed elevator or annex to it unless

(a) there is no direct access from the area to any area used for the handling or storage of grain;
(b) the operator of the elevator has specifically designated the area for the storage of hazardous substances; and
(c) the storage of hazardous substances in the area is not a danger to the handling or storage of grain at the elevator.

(3) If grain that is being received into, stored in or discharged from a licensed elevator is found to be contaminated, the operator of the elevator shall without delay notify the Commission and shall dispose of the contaminated grain in accordance with directions given by the chief grain inspector for Canada under an order of the Commission under paragraph 118(d) of the Act.

SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 20.

62. and 63 [Repealed, SOR/2001-273, s. 21]

Infestation in Elevators

[SOR/2001-273, s. 22]
64 If grain stored in an elevator is found to be infested, the operator of the elevator shall

(a) in the absence of Commission personnel at the elevator, without delay provide the Commission with full particulars of the nature and extent of the infestation;
(b) send to the Commission in a sealed container a 1 kg sample of the grain containing specimens of the pests with which the grain is infested;
(c) treat the infested grain in accordance with instructions issued by the Commission; and
(c.1) [Repealed, SOR/2005-361, s. 11]
(d) clean out and treat any emptied annex or bin that contained infested grain and any equipment used in handling that grain in accordance with instructions issued by the Commission.

SOR/86-813, s. 6;
SOR/89-376, s. 14(F);
SOR/89-394, s. 2;
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 42;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2001-273, s. 23;
SOR/2004-198, s. 30;
SOR/2005-361, s. 11.



65 [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 31]

66 [Repealed, SOR/2002-255, s. 18]

67 [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 31]

PART 6 Carriage of Grain

Producer Railway Cars

68 (1) One or more producers of grain who wish to apply for a railway car under section 87 of the Act shall send to the Commission a completed application in Form 14 of Schedule 4.
(2) If a railway car that is allocated by the Commission as a result of the application arrives at a delivery point chosen by the producer or producers, as the case may be, the producer or producers shall load the grain declared in the application form directly from a siding or private bulk-loading facility into the railway car.

SOR/84-626, s. 14;
SOR/89-376, ss. 14(F), 18(F);
SOR/96-508, s. 45;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2003-284, s. 29.

68.1 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

Condition of Conveyances

69 A conveyance is not in fit condition to receive grain unless

(a) it is clean, dry, structurally sound and free from infestation; and
(b) if the conveyance is a ship, the holds are sufficiently protected while loading during rainstorms to prevent excessive water from mixing with the grain.
(c) [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 32]

SOR/84-626, s. 15;
SOR/89-376, ss. 12(F), 14(F), 17(F), 18(F), 20(F);
SOR/89-393, s. 6;
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/93-25, s. 6;
SOR/96-508, s. 47;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2002-255, s. 19;
SOR/2004-198, s. 32;
SOR/2005-361, s. 12.

Transport of Grain

70 (1) Any person may transport or cause to be transported

(a) western grain from the Western Division to the Eastern Division or eastern grain from the Eastern Division to the Western Division on the condition that the Commission is notified in writing of the kind, quantity and destination of the grain, before the grain is transported;
(b) any grain for export to a final destination in the United States on condition that the Commission is notified in writing before the grain is transported; and
(c) any grain for export by container on the condition that the Commission is presented, in an electronic format acceptable to the Commission, with a report respecting any grain exports that took place during the preceding week.
(d) [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 33]

(2) [Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 33]

SOR/84-626, s. 16;
SOR/89-376, s. 3;
SOR/93-197, s. 6;
SOR/95-386, s. 9;
SOR/2000-213, s. 2;
SOR/2004-198, s. 33;
SOR/2005-361, s. 13(F);
SOR/2010-55, s. 3;
SOR/2013-111, s. 16.

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71 [Repealed, SOR/2012-153, s. 1]
Previous Version

72. to 74 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

75. to 79 [Repealed, SOR/96-508, s. 53]

80. to 82 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

83 [Repealed, SOR/83-628; s. 1]

84 [Repealed, SOR/86-813, s. 8]

85 [Repealed, SOR/95-386, s. 10]

86. and 87 [Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 2]

SCHEDULE 1(Section 2 and subsection 21(3))

FEES OF THE COMMISSION

Item
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

Fee by Fiscal Year

Fee Name
Description of Service
Unit (per)
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18

Outward Official Inspection

1
Outward official inspection — ships (payable by the elevator operator)
Official inspection of grain or screenings discharged to ships, and issuance of certificate
Tonne
$1.60
$1.63
$1.65
$1.68
$1.70

2
Outward 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
$143.99
$146.29
$148.63
$151.01
$153.43

Reinspection

3
Reinspection of grain (payable by the person requesting the reinspection)
Reinspection by the chief grain inspector for Canada or other authorized inspector in respect of
(a) an inward inspection of grain; or
(b) an inspection of a submitted sample

Reinspection
$70.48
$71.61
$72.76
$73.92
$75.11

Outward Official Weighing

4
Outward official weighing — ships (payable by the elevator operator)
Monitoring of official weighing of grain or screenings discharged to ships, and issuance of certificate
Tonne
$0.15
$0.16
$0.16
$0.16
$0.16

5
Outward 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, truck or container
$13.87
$14.09
$14.31
$14.54
$14.78

Third-Party Authorization — Inward Inspection or Weighing

6
Third-party authorization application (payable by the applicant)
Processing of application for third-party authorization to provide inward inspection services or inward weighing services
Application
$140.97
$143.22
$145.52
$147.84
$150.21

Supplementary Fees for Outward Official Inspection

7
Travel and accommodation (payable by the elevator operator)
Travel and accommodation to conduct an outward official inspection in a location where on-site Commission inspection is not available
Trip
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
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
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
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
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

8
Time and one-half overtime (payable by the elevator operator)
Overtime incurred to conduct an outward official inspection
Hour/employee
$64.50
$65.53
$66.58
$67.65
$68.73

9
Double time overtime (payable by the elevator operator)
Overtime incurred to conduct an outward official inspection
Hour/employee
$86.00
$87.38
$88.77
$90.19
$91.64

10
Time and one-half overtime — cancellation (payable by the elevator operator)
Late cancellation of overtime to conduct an outward official inspection
Employee reporting
$193.50
$196.60
$199.74
$202.94
$206.18

11
Double time overtime — cancellation (payable by the elevator operator)
Late cancellation of overtime to conduct an outward official inspection
Employee reporting
$258.00
$262.13
$266.32
$270.58
$274.91

12
Standby (payable by the elevator operator)
Employee on standby to conduct an outward official inspection during off-duty hours
Hour/employee
$43.00
$43.69
$44.39
$45.10
$45.82

Licensing

13
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
$276.00
$280.00
$285.00
$289.00
$294.00

14
Short-term licence (payable by the licensee)
Issuance of licence (all classes) for one month or partial month
Licence
$353.00
$358.00
$364.00
$370.00
$376.00

Producer Railway Cars

15
Producer railway car application (payable by the producer)
Processing of application for producer railway car
Railway car applied for
$26.50
$27.00
$27.50
$28.00
$28.50

Inspection of Submitted Samples

16
Inspection of submitted sample — unofficial sample (payable by the person submitting the sample)
Inspection of unofficial sample of grain or screenings, and issuance of certificate
Sample
$46.99
$47.74
$48.51
$49.28
$50.07

17
Inspection of submitted sample — Certified Container Sampling Program (payable by the person submitting the sample)
Inspection of sample of grain or screenings taken by a company certified under the Commission’s Certified Container Sampling Program, and issuance of certificate
Sample
$46.99
$47.74
$48.51
$49.28
$50.07

18
Inspection of submitted sample — Accredited Container Sampler Program (payable by the person submitting the sample)
Inspection of sample of grain or screenings taken by a third party accredited under the Commission’s Accredited Container Sampler Program, and issuance of certificate
Sample
$46.99
$47.74
$48.51
$49.28
$50.07

NOTES:

Fees for items 2 and 5


If more than one certificate is required for a railway car, truck or container, separate inspection and weighing fees will be applied for each certificate issued.

Fees for items 8 to 12


Type of overtime (time and one-half or double time) and the commencement of overtime and standby are determined in accordance with the collective agreement that is applicable to inspectors (Primary Products Inspection classification, Technical Services Group). The agreement may be found on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat’s website.

Fees for items 10 and 11


A fee is not payable for cancellation of overtime if notice of cancellation is received by the Commission no later than 2 p.m. on the day on which the inspection is to be conducted or, if the inspection is to be conducted on a Saturday or a holiday, no later than 2 p.m. on the day — other than a Saturday or holiday — before that day.


Fees are exclusive of the goods and services tax.


All fees are calculated to the nearest cent. Overtime hours are calculated in 15‑minute increments.

SOR/78-55, s. 4;
SOR/78-514, s. 1;
SOR/80-525, s. 1;
SOR/81-610, s. 3;
SOR/82-881, s. 1;
SOR/83-758, s. 3;
SOR/84-791, s. 3;
SOR/85-678, s. 5;
SOR/86-722, s. 2;
SOR/87-455, s. 2;
SOR/88-408, s. 2;
SOR/89-339, ss. 1, 2;
SOR/89-376, s. 5(F);
SOR/89-400, s. 2;
SOR/90-211, ss. 1 to 5;
SOR/90-410, s. 2;
SOR/91-437, s. 1;
SOR/95-413, s. 2;
SOR/98-220, s. 1;
SOR/2000-213, ss. 3 to 6;
SOR/2001-273, ss. 24 to 30, 36(E), 37(E), 38(F);
SOR/2003-284, ss. 31 to 33;
SOR/2004-198, ss. 34 to 36;
SOR/2006-206, s. 6;
SOR/2013-109, s. 1.

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SCHEDULE 2(Sections 3, 4 and 4.1)

FORM 1Oath or Solemn Affirmation of Office of Commissioner

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully, truly and impartially, to the best of my judgment, skill and ability, execute and perform the office of commissioner of the Canadian Grain Commission and that, while I continue to hold that office, I will not either directly or indirectly, as owner, shareholder, director, officer, partner or otherwise, be engaged in any commercial dealings in grain or the carriage of grain or have any pecuniary or proprietary interest in grain or the carriage of grain, other than as a producer of grain. (Add, in the case where an oath is taken, “So Help Me God.”)

FORM 2Oath or Solemn Affirmation of Office of Member of Grain Standards Committee

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully and impartially perform my duties as a member of the (Western) (Eastern) grain standards committee to the best of my skill and ability. (Add, in the case where an oath is taken, “So Help Me God.”)
FORM 3
[Repealed, SOR/2013-111, s. 17]

SOR/2000-213, s. 7;
SOR/2001-273, s. 31;
SOR/2002-255, s. 20;
SOR/2003-284, s. 34;
SOR/2013-111, s. 17.

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SCHEDULE 3(Subsection 5(2))Grades of Grain

TABLE 1
Wheat, Canada Western Red Spring (Cwrs)

Standard of Quality

Maximum Limits of

Foreign Material

Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Grade Name
Minimum Test Weight kg/hL
Variety
Minimum Hard Vitreous Kernels
Minimum Protein
Degree of Soundness
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classes
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CWRS
75
Any variety of the class CWRS designated as such by order of the Commission
65
10
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.6
0.75
2.3

No. 2 CWRS
72
Any variety of the class CWRS designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
No minimum
Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.2
2.3
4.5

No. 3 CWRS
69
Any variety of the class CWRS designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
2.4
3.8
7.5

TABLE 2
Wheat, Canada Western Red Winter (CWRW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight kg/hL
Variety
Minimum Protein
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classess
Total

%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CWRW
79
Any variety of the class CWRW designated as such by order of the Commission
11
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.4
1
3

No. 2 CWRW
76.5
Any variety of the class CWRW designated as such by order of the Commission
11
Fairly well matured, may be moderately frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
0.7
2
5

No. 3 CWRW
74
Any variety of the class CWRW designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
1.3
3
10

TABLE 3
Wheat, Canada Western Extra Strong (Cwes)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weigh
Variety
Minimum Protein
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CWES
75
Any variety of the class CWES designated as such by order of the Commission
10
Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1.5
3

No. 2 CWES
73
Any variety of the class CWES designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
2.5
5

TABLE 4
Wheat, Canada Western Soft White Spring (Cwsws)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CWSWS
76
Any variety of the class CWSWS designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably
0.2
1
3

free from damaged kernels

No. 2 CWSWS
74
Any variety of the class CWSWS designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
2
6

No. 3 CWSWS
69
Any variety of the class CWSWS designated as such by order of the Commission
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3
10

TABLE 5
Wheat, Canada Western Feed (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Amber Durum or General Purpose

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

CW Feed
65
Any class or variety of wheat excluding amber durum and general purpose wheat
Reasonably sweet, excluded from other grades of wheat on account of damaged kernels
1
10
10

TABLE 6
Wheat, Canada Western Amber Durum (Cwad)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Minimum Hard Vitreous Kernels
Minimum Protein
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Other Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CWAD
79
Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission
80
9.5
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.5
2
4

No. 2 CWAD
77
Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission
60
No minimum
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.2
3
7.5

No. 3 CWAD
74
Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission
40
No minimum
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
1.5
4.3
11

No. 4 CWAD
71
Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3
10
49

No. 5 CWAD
65
Any varieties of amber durum wheat
No minimum
No minimum
Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
1
10
49
No limit

TABLE 7
Oats, Canada Western (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Damage
Foreign Material

Heated
Frost
Total
Barley
Cereal Grains Other Than Wheat or Barley
Large Seeds
Wheat
Wild Oats
Total Damage and Foreign Material

Kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
56
Good colour, 98% sound groats
Nil
0.1
2
0.75
1
0.2
0.75
1
2

No. 2 CW
53
Good colour, 96% sound groats
0.1
4
4
1.5
2
0.3
1.5
2
4

No. 3 CW
51
Fair colour, 94% sound groats
0.5
6
6
3
3
0.5
3
3
6

No. 4 CW
48
92% sound groats
1

Footnote for TABLE 7 Oats, Canada Western (CW)* No limit
8
8
8
1
8
8
8

Return to footnote *Not included in total damage.
TABLE 8
Barley, Canada Western Malting (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Variety
Fusarium%

Heated%

Frost%

Inseparable Seeds%

Large Oil-bearing Seeds%

Select Malting CW Two-row
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Western Malting Two-row designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Select Malting CW Six-row
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Western Malting Six-row designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Select Malting CW Two-row Hulless
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Western Malting Two-row Hulless designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Select Malting CW Six-row Hulless
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Western Malting Six-row Hulless designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Note: Barley not selected for malting will be graded according to quality into the general purpose grades.
TABLE 9
Barley, Canada Western General Purpose (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Minimum Test Weightkg/hL

Degree of Soundness
Inseparable Seeds%

Other Cereal Grains%

Wild Oats%

Total%

No. 1 CW
63
Reasonably sweet, may be frost-damaged, weather-stained or otherwise damaged
0.2
2.5
1
2.5

No. 2 CW
57
Fairly sweet, excluded from other grades of barley on account of immature or severely damaged kernels
0.2
8
2.5
10

No. 1 CW Hulless
72
Reasonably sweet, may be frost-damaged, weather-stained or otherwise damaged
0.2
2.5
1
2.5

No. 2 CW Hulless
65
Fairly sweet, excluded from other grades of barley on account of immature or severely damaged kernels
0.2
8
2.5
10

TABLE 10
Barley, Canada Western Food (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Varieties with Adhered Hulls%

Other Hulless Varieties%

Total Adhered Hulls%

Inseparable Seeds%

Other Cereal Grains%

Total%

Select Food CW Two-row
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.2
2.0
2

Select Food CW Six-row
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.2
2.0
2

Select Food CW Two-row Hulless
Considered as other cereal grains
5
5
0.2
2.0
2

Select Food CW Six-row Hulless
Considered as other cereal grains
5
5
0.2
2.0
2

Note: Barley not selected for food will be graded according to quality into the general purpose grades.
TABLE 11
Rye, Canada Western (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Cereal Grains Other Than Wheat
Ergot
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
72
Well matured, practically free from weather-damaged kernels
1.5
0.05
0.5
2

No. 2 CW
69
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from weather-damaged kernels
3
0.2
1
5

No. 3 CW
63
Excluded from higher grades on account of damaged kernels
10
0.33
2
10

TABLE 12
Flaxseed, Canada Western (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Standard of Cleanliness
Maximum Limits of Damage

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Commercially Pure Seed
Heated
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
65
Any variety of the class Flaxseed, Canada Western designated as such by order of the Commission
Mature and sweet
Not more than 1% of other seeds that are not readily separable from flaxseed, to be assessed as dockage
0.05
12.5

No. 2 CW
62
Any variety of the class Flaxseed, Canada Western designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured and sweet
Not more than 1.5% of other seedsthat are not readily separable from flaxseed, to be assessed as dockage
0.2
25

No. 3 CW
No minimum
Any variety of flaxseed
Excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged seeds, may have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not distinctly sour, musty, rancid or having any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
Not more than 2% of other seeds that are not readily separable from flaxseed, to be assessed as dockage
10
No limit

TABLE 13
[Repealed, SOR/2013-145, s. 1]
TABLE 14
Mixed Grain, Canada Western (CW)

Grade Name
Composition
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material%

Mixed Grain, CW Wheat
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% wheat
2

Mixed Grain, CW Rye
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% rye
2

Mixed Grain, CW Barley
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% barley
2

Mixed Grain, CW Oats
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% oats
2

Mixed Grain, CW Triticale
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% triticale
2

Mixed Grain, CW
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, no single cereal grain exceeding 50% but containing 50% or greater of total cereal grains
2

TABLE 15
Corn, Canada Western Yellow, White or Mixed (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Damage

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Heated
Total
Total Cracked Corn and Foreign Material

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
68
Cool and sweet, uniform size
0.1
3
2

No. 2 CW
66
Cool and sweet
0.2
5
3

No. 3 CW
64
Cool and sweet
0.5
7
5

No. 4 CW
62
Cool and sweet
1
10
7

No. 5 CW
58
May have a slight odour, not sour or musty
3
15
12

Note: The colour is added to the grade name.
TABLE 16
Safflower Seed, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Damage
Foreign Material
Hulls

Heated
Total
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Empty Hulls
Dehulled Seeds

%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Well matured, good natural colour
Nil
3
0.2
0.5
0.5
2

No. 2 Canada
Reasonably well matured, may be moderately weather-stained
Nil
10
0.5
2
1
5

No. 3 Canada
Excluded from higher grades on account of weather-staining, may have the odour associated with low-quality seed, not distinctly sour, musty or rancid
1
10
1
5
2
8

TABLE 17
Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring Red (Cpsr)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CPSR
77
Any variety of the class CPSR designated as such by Order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
3
5

No. 2 CPSR
75
Any variety of the class CPSR designated as such by Order of the Commission
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
5
10

TABLE 18
Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring White (Cpsw)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CPSW
77
Any variety of the class CPSW designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
3
5

No. 2 CPSW
75
Any variety of the class CPSW designated as such by order of the Commission
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
5
10

TABLE 19
Canola, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Standard of Cleanliness
Maximum Limits of Damage

Degree of Soundness
Commercially Pure Seed
Distinctly Green
Heated
Total

%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Reasonably well matured, sweet, good natural colour
Not more than 1% of other seeds that are conspicuous and that are not readily separable from canola, to be assessed as dockage
2
0.1
5

No. 2 Canada
Fairly well matured, sweet, reasonably good natural colour
Not more than 1.5% of other seeds that are conspicuous and that are not readily separable from canola, to be assessed as dockage
6
0.5
12

No. 3 Canada
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not distinctly sour, musty, rancid, or having any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
Not more than 2% of other seeds that are conspicuous and that are not readily separable from canola, to be assessed as dockage
20
2
25

TABLE 20
Sunflower Seed, Canada Confectionery (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Damage
Dehulled Seeds

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Heated
Insect Damage
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
31
Well matured and sweet
0.5
2
4
5

No. 2 Canada
29
Reasonably well matured and sweet
1
4
8
5

TABLE 21
Sunflower Seed, Canada Oil (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Damage
Dehulled Seeds

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Heated
Insect Damage
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
35
Well matured and sweet
0.5
2
5
5

No. 2 Canada
31
Reasonably well matured and sweet
1
4
10
5

TABLE 22
Buckwheat, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Damage
Foreign Material

Dehulled
Immature
Total
Cereal Grains
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
58
Cool and sweet
1
1.5
4
1
0.2
1

No. 2 Canada
55
Cool and sweet
2
1.5
8
2.5
1
3

No. 3 Canada
No minimum
May have a ground or grassy odour, not musty or sour
5
5
20
5
2
5

TABLE 23
Soybeans, Canada Yellow, Green, Brown, Black or Mixed (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Splits
Other Colours or Bicoloured Other Than for Mixed Soybeans
Damage
Foreign Material

Heat-Damaged or Mouldy
Total
Foreign Material Other Than Grain
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
70
Cool, natural odour, good natural colour
10
2
Nil
2
0.1
1

No. 2 Canada
68
Cool, natural odour, slightly stained
15
3
0.2
3
0.3
2

No. 3 Canada
66
Cool, natural odour, may be stained
20
5
1
5
0.5
3

No. 4 Canada
63
Cool, may be badly stained
30
10
3
8
2
5

No. 5 Canada
59
Cool, may be badly stained
40
15
5
15
3
8

Note: The colour is added to the grade name.
TABLE 24
Peas, Canada, Other Than Green (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Colour
Peas of Other Colours
Foreign Material
Cracked Seed Coats Including Splits
Damage

Shrivelled
Splits
Heated
Insect Damage
Other Damage
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Good natural colour
1
Trace
5
3
1
Nil
1
3
3

No. 2 Canada
Fair colour
2
0.5
9.5
5
2.5
0.05
1.5
5
5

Extra No. 3 Canada
Fair colour
2
0.5
13
5
5
0.05
1.5
5
8.5

No. 3 Canada
Off-colour
3
1
15
7
5
0.2
4
10
10

Note: The variety or colour is added to the grade name.
TABLE 25
Peas, Canada Green (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Colour
Other Classes and Bleached
Foreign Material
Cracked Seed Coats Including Splits
Damage

Other Classes
Bleached
Total
Heated
Insect Damage
Other damage
Shrivelled
Splits
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Good natural colour
0.5
2
2
0.1
5
Nil
0.3
2
2
0.5
3

No. 2 Canada
Fair colour
1
3
3.8
0.2
8
0.1
0.8
4
4
1
5

No. 3 Canada
Off-colour
2
5
6.5
0.5
13
0.5
2.5
10
8
5
12

Note: The variety or colour is added to the grade name.
TABLE 26
Peas, Canada Feed (Can)

Grade Name
Maximum Limits of

Fireburnt
Heated and Binburnt
Pulses Other Than Green, Yellow and Orange Peas
Inert Material
Ergot
Excreta

%
%
%
%
%
%

Canada Feed Peas
Nil
1
5
1
0.05
0.02

TABLE 27
Rapeseed, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Standard of Cleanliness
Maximum Limits of Damage

Degree of Soundness
Commercially Pure Seed
Distinctly Green
Heated
Total

%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Reasonably well matured, sweet, good natural colour
Not more than 1% of other seeds that are conspicuous and that are not readily separable from rapeseed, to be assessed as dockage
2
0.1
5

No. 2 Canada
Fairly well matured, sweet, reasonably good natural colour
Not more than 1.5% of other seeds that are conspicuous and that are not readily separable from rapeseed, to be assessed as dockage
6
0.5
12

No. 3 Canada
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not distinctly sour, musty or rancid, or any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
Not more than 2% of other seeds that are conspicuous and that are not readily separable from rapeseed, to be assessed as dockage
20
2
25

TABLE 28
Domestic Mustard Seed, Brown, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Other Classes
Damage
Conspicuous Inseparable Seeds

Distinctly Green
Heated
Total
Distinctly Detrimental
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada, Brown
Reasonably well matured, sweet, good natural colour
0.5
1.5
0.1
1.5
0.1
0.3

No. 2 Canada, Brown
Fairly well matured, sweet, reasonably good colour
2
2
0.2
3
0.2
0.5

No. 3 Canada, Brown
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
5
3.5
0.5
5
0.3
0.7

No. 4 Canada, Brown
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
10
3.5
1
10
1
3

TABLE 28.1
Domestic Mustard Seed, Oriental, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Other Classes
Damage
Conspicuous Inseparable Seeds

Distinctly Green
Heated
Total
Distinctly Detrimental
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada, Oriental
Reasonably well matured, sweet, good natural colour
0.5
1.5
0.1
1.5
0.1
0.3

No. 2 Canada, Oriental
Fairly well matured, sweet, reasonably good colour
2
1.5
0.2
3
0.2
0.5

No. 3 Canada, Oriental
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
5
3.5
0.5
5
0.3
0.7

No. 4 Canada, Oriental
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
10
3.5
1
10
1
3

TABLE 28.2
Domestic Mustard Seed, Yellow, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Other Classes
Damage
Conspicuous Inseparable Seeds

Distinctly Green
Heated
Total
Distinctly Detrimental
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada, Yellow
Reasonably well matured, sweet, good natural colour
0.5
1.5
0.1
1.5
0.1
0.3

No. 2 Canada, Yellow
Fairly well matured, sweet, reasonably good colour
2
1.5
0.2
3
0.2
0.5

No. 3 Canada, Yellow
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, may not have any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
5
3.5
0.5
5
0.3
0.7

No. 4 Canada, Yellow
May have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, may not have any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
10
3.5
1
10
1
3

TABLE 29
Triticale, Canada

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Cereal Grains Other Than Wheat
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
65
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
1
0.5
2.5

No. 2 Canada
62
Fairly well matured, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
2
1
4

No. 3 Canada
No minimum
Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
3
2
7

TABLE 30
Pea Beans, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Other Classes That Blend
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes
Total Damage, Foreign Material and Contrasting Classes
Total Damage, Including Splits, Foreign Material and Contrasting Classes

Stones, Shale or Similar Material
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

Extra No. 1 Canada
Uniform in size, good natural colour
1
0.01
0.05
0.1
1
1

Canada No. 1 Select
Fairly good colour
1
0.01
0.05
0.1
1.5
2

No. 1 Canada
Reasonably good colour
1
0.05
0.1
0.1
1.5
2

No. 2 Canada
Fairly good colour
5
0.1
0.2
1
3
4

No. 3 Canada
Fairly good colour
5
0.2
0.5
1
5
6

No. 4 Canada
Off-colour
5
0.2
0.5
1
8.5
10

TABLE 31
Beans, Canada Cranberry, Blackeye or Yelloweye (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Other Classes That Blend
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes
Total Damage, Foreign Material and Contrasting Classes
Total Damage, Including Splits, Foreign Material and Contrasting Classes

Stones, Shale or Similar Material
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

Extra No. 1 Canada
Uniform in size, good natural colour
1
Nil
0.05
1
1
1

No. 1 Canada
Reasonably good colour
3
0.05
0.1
1.5
1.5
3.5

No. 1 Canada Select
Fairly good colour
3
0.05
0.1
1.5
1.5
3.5

No. 2 Canada
Fairly good colour
5
0.1
0.2
3
3
5.5

No. 3 Canada
Fairly good colour
10
0.2
0.5
5
5
7.5

No. 4 Canada
Off-colour
15
0.5
1
8.5
8.5
10

Note: The class name is added to the grade name.
TABLE 32
Beans, Canada, Other Than Cranberry, Blackeye, Yelloweye or Pea Beans (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Other Classes That Blend
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes
Total Damage, Foreign Material and Contrasting Classes
Total Damage Including Splits, Foreign Material and Contrasting Classes

Stones, Shale or Similar Material
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%

Extra No. 1 Canada
Uniform in size, good natural colour
1
Nil
0.05
1
1
1

No. 1 Canada
Reasonably good colour
3
0.05
0.1
1.5
1.5
2

No. 1 Canada Select
Fairly good colour
3
0.05
0.1
1.5
1.5
2

No. 2 Canada
Fairly good colour
5
0.1
0.2
3
3
4

No. 3 Canada
Fairly good colour
10
0.2
0.5
5
5
6

No. 4 Canada
Off-colour
15
0.5
1
8.5
8.5
10

Note: The class name is added to the grade name.
TABLE 33
Chick Peas, Canada Western Desi (CW)

Grade Name
Maximum Limits of

Damage
Mechanical Damage Including Splits
Green
Foreign Material

%
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
1
2
1
0.1

No. 2 CW
2
3.5
2
0.2

No. 3 CW
3
5
3
0.2

TABLE 34
Chick Peas, Canada Western Kabuli (CW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Colour
Damage
Mechanical Damage Including Splits
Green
Foreign Material

%
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
Good natural colour
0.5
1
0.5
0.1

No. 2 CW
Fair colour
1
2
1
0.2

No. 3 CW
Poor colour
2
3
2
0.2

TABLE 35
Lentils, Canada, Other Than Red (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Contrasting Colours
Stained
Damage
Foreign Material

Heated
Peeled, Split and Broken
Other Damage
Total
Stones
Total

%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Uniform size, good natural colour
0.2
1
0.2
2
1
2
0.1
0.2

No. 2 Canada
Uniform size, reasonably good natural colour
0.5
4
0.5
3.5
2
3.5
0.2
0.5

Extra No. 3 Canada
Uniform size, fair colour
2
7
0.5
5
5
5
0.2
0.5

No. 3 Canada
Poor colour
3
No limit
1
10
10
10
0.2
1

TABLE 36
Lentils, Canada Red (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Contrasting Classes%

Damage
Foreign Material

Copper%

Total copper including bleach%

Heated%

Peeled, Split and Broken%

Other Damage%

Total%

Wrinkled%

Total Damage Including Wrinkled%

Stones%

Total%

No. 1 Canada Red
Uniform size, good natural colour
1
3
0.2
0.2
2
1
2
2
4
0.1
0.2

No. 2 Canada Red
Uniform size, reasonably good natural colour
3
10
0.5
0.5
3.5
2
3.5
5
8
0.2
0.5

Extra No. 3 Canada Red
Uniform size, fair colour
10
25
2
0.5
5
5
5
N/A
N/A
0.2
0.5

No. 3 Canada Red
Poor colour
No limit
No limit
3
1
10
10
10
N/A
N/A
0.2
1

TABLE 37
Fababeans, Canada (Can)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Degree of Soundness
Splits
Damage
Foreign Material

Perforated Damage
Total
Stones or Shale
Total

%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 Canada
Reasonably well matured, reasonably good natural colour
6
1
4
0.1
0.2

No. 2 Canada
Fairly well matured, fair colour
9
3
6
0.2
0.5

No. 3 Canada
Cool and sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of immaturity, poor colour or damage
12
3
10
0.5
2

TABLE 38
Wheat, Canada Eastern Red (CER)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CER
75
Any registered variety of red wheat excluding Feed class
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1

No. 2 CER
72
Any registered variety of red wheat excluding Feed class
Fairly well matured, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3

No. 3 CER
69
Any registered variety of red wheat excluding Feed class
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.5
5

TABLE 39
Wheat, Canada Eastern Red Spring (Cers)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CERS
75
Any variety of the class CERS designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1

No. 2 CERS
72
Any variety of the class CERS designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3

No. 3 CERS
69
Any variety of the class CERS designated as such by order of the Commission
May be immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.5
5

TABLE 40
Wheat, Canada Eastern Hard Red Winter (CEHRW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CEHRW
76
Any variety of the class CEHRW designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1

No. 2 CEHRW
74
Any variety of the class CEHRW designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3

No. 3 CEHRW
69
Any variety of the class CEHRW designated as such by order of the Commission
May be immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.5
5

TABLE 41
Wheat, Canada Eastern Soft Red Winter (CESRW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CESRW
76
Any variety of the class CESRW designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1

No. 2 CESRW
74
Any variety of the class CESRW designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3

No. 3 CESRW
69
Any variety of the class CESRW designated as such by order of the Commission
May be immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.5
5

TABLE 42
Wheat, Canada Eastern White Winter (CEWW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheat of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CEWW
76
Any variety of the class CEWW designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
1
1
5

No. 2 CEWW
74
Any variety of the class CEWW designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
2
2
6

No. 3 CEWW
69
Any variety of the class CEWW designated as such by order of the Commission
May be immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3
3
10

TABLE 43
Wheat, Canada Eastern Soft White Spring (Cesws)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CESWS
78
Any variety of the class CESWS designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
1.0
3

No. 2 CESWS
74
Any variety of the class CESWS designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
2.0
6

No. 3 CESWS
69
Any variety of the class CESWS designated as such by order of the Commission
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.0
10

TABLE 44
Wheat, Canada Eastern Feed (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Amber Durum

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

CE Feed
65
Any class or variety of wheat excluding amber durum
Reasonably sweet, excluded from other grades of wheat on account of damaged kernels
1
10
10

TABLE 45
Oats, Canada Eastern (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight kg/hL
Degree of Soundness
Damage
Foreign Material

Heated
Total
Barley
Wheat
Wild Oats
Total Damage and Foreign Material

%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CE
51
Good natural colour, 98% sound groats
Nil
2
0.75
0.75
1
2

No. 2 CE
49
Good natural colour, 96% sound groats
0.1
4
1.5
1.5
2
4

No. 3 CE
46
Fair colour, 94% sound groats
0.5
6
3
3
3
6

No. 4 CE
43
92% sound groats
1
8
8
8
8
8

TABLE 46
Barley, Canada Eastern Malting (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Variety
Fusarium%

Heated%

Frost%

Foreign Material

Inseparable Seeds%

Large Oil-bearing Seeds%

Select Malting CE Two-row
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Eastern Malting Two-row designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Select Malting CE Six-row
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Eastern Malting Six-row designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Select Malting CE Two-row Hulless
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Eastern Malting Two-row Hulless designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Select Malting CE Six-row Hulless
Any selected variety of the class Barley, Canada Eastern Malting Six-row Hulless designated as such by order of the Commission
0.2
0.1
2.0
0.2
Nil

Note: Barley not selected for malting will be graded according to quality into the general purpose grades.
TABLE 47
Barley, Canada Eastern General Purpose (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Minimum Test Weightkg/hL

Degree of Soundness
Inseparable Seeds%

Other Cereal Grains%

Wild Oats%

Total%

No. 1 CE
60
Reasonably sweet, may be frost-damaged, weather-stained or otherwise damaged
0.2
2.5
1
2.5

No. 2 CE
54
Fairly sweet, excluded from other grades of barley on account of immature or severely damaged kernels
0.2
8
2.5
10

No. 1 CE Hulless
72
Reasonably sweet, may be frost-damaged, weather-stained or otherwise damaged
0.2
2.5
1
2.5

No. 2 CE Hulless
65
Fairly sweet, excluded from other grades of barley on account of immature or severely damaged kernels
0.2
8
2.5
10

TABLE 48
Barley, Canada Eastern Food (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Varieties with Adhered Hulls%

Other Hulless Varieties%

Total Adhered Hulls%

Inseparable Seeds%

Other Cereal Grains%

Total%

Select Food CE Two-row
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.2
2.0
2

Select Food CE Six-row
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.2
2.0
2

Select Food CE Two-row Hulless
Considered as other cereal grains
5
5
0.2
2.0
2

Select Food CE Six-row Hulless
Considered as other cereal grains
5
5
0.2
2.0
2

Note: Barley not selected for food will be graded according to quality into the general purpose grades.
TABLE 49
Rye, Canada Eastern (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Cereal Grains Other Than Wheat
Ergot
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CE
72
Well matured, practically free from weather-damaged kernels
1.5
0.05
0.5
2

No. 2 CE
69
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from weather-damaged kernels
3
0.2
1
5

No. 3 CE
63
Excluded from higher grades on account of damaged kernels
10
0.33
2
10

TABLE 50
Flaxseed, Canada Eastern (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Standard of Cleanliness
Maximum Limits of Damage

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Commercially Pure Seed
Heated
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CE
65
Any variety of the class Flaxseed, Canada Eastern designated as such by order of the Commission
Mature and sweet
Not more than 1% of other seeds that are not readily separable from flaxseed, to be assessed as dockage
0.2
12.5

No. 2 CE
62
Any variety of the class Flaxseed, Canada Eastern designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured and sweet
Not more than 1.5% of other seeds that are not readily separable from flaxseed, to be assessed as dockage
0.5
25

No. 3 CE
No minimum
Any variety of flaxseed
Excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged seeds, may have the natural odour associated with low-quality seed, not distinctly sour, musty or rancid, or any odour that would indicate serious deterioration
Not more than 2% of other seeds that are not readily separable from flaxseed, to be assessed as dockage
10
No limit

TABLE 51
Mixed Grain, Canada Eastern (CE)

Grade Name
Composition
Maximum Limits of

Foreign Material%

Mixed Grain, CE Wheat
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% wheat
2

Mixed Grain, CE Rye
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% rye
2

Mixed Grain, CE Barley
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% barley
2

Mixed Grain, CE Oats
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% oats
2

Mixed Grain, CE Triticale
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, containing greater than 50% triticale
2

Mixed Grain, CE
Mixtures of cereal grains and wild oats, no single cereal grain exceeding 50% but containing 50% or greater of total cereal grains
2

TABLE 52
Corn, Canada Eastern Yellow, White or Mixed (CE)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Damage
Total Cracked Corn and Foreign Material

Minimum Test Weight
Degree of Soundness
Heated
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CE
68
Cool and sweet, uniform size
0.1
3
2

No. 2 CE
66
Cool and sweet
0.2
5
3

No. 3 CE
64
Cool and sweet
0.5
7
5

No. 4 CE
62
Cool and sweet
1
10
7

No. 5 CE
58
May have a slight odour, not sour or musty
3
15
12

Note: The colour is added to the grade name.
TABLE 53
Wheat, Canada Western Experimental (CW EXPRMTL)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Minimum Hard Vitreous Kernels
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Contrasting Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CW EXPRMTL
79
Any wheat variety of the class Canada Western Experimental designated as such by order of the Commission
65
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.4
0.5
1.5

No. 2 CW EXPRMTL
77.5
Any wheat variety of the class Canada Western Experimental designated as such by order of the Commission
35
Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1.5
3

No. 3 CW EXPRMTL
76.5
Any wheat variety of the class Canada Western Experimental designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.2
1.25
2.5
5

TABLE 54
[Repealed, SOR/2014-150, s. 3]
TABLE 55
Wheat, Canada Eastern Amber Durum (Cead)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Minimum Hard Vitreous Kernels
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total
Other Classes
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CEAD
79
Any variety of the class CEAD designated as such by order of the Commission
80
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.5
2
5

No. 2 CEAD
77
Any variety of the class CEAD designated as such by order of the Commission
60
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3.5
10

No. 3 CEAD
74
Any variety of the class CEAD designated as such by order of the Commission
40
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
2
5
15

CE Feed Durum
65
Any variety of amber durum wheat
No minimum
Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
1
10
49
No limit

TABLE 56
Wheat, Canada Western Hard White Spring (Cwhws)

Standard of Quality

Maximum Limits of Foreign Material

Grade Name
Minimum Test Weight kg/hL
Variety
Minimum Protein

Ergot
Excreta
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Sclerotinia
Stones
Total

%
Degree of Soundness
%
%
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CWHWS
75
Any variety of the class CWHWS designated as such by order of the Commission
10
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.04
0.01
0.2
0.04
0.03
0.6

No. 2 CWHWS
75
Any variety of the class CWHWS designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.04
0.01
0.3
0.04
0.03
1.2

No. 3 CWHWS
72
Any variety of the class CWHWS designated as such by order of the Commission
No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.04
0.015
0.5
0.04
0.06
2.4

TABLE 57
Wheat, Canada Eastern Hard White Spring (Cehws)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CEHWS
75
Any variety of the class CEHWS designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1

No. 2 CEHWS
72
Any variety of the class CEWHS designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3

No. 3 CEHWS
69
Any variety of the class CEHWS designated as such by order of the Commission
May be immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.5
5

TABLE 58
Wheat, Canada Western General Purpose (CWGP)

Grade Name
Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Maximum Limits of

Heated
Fusarium
Excreta
Total Foreign Material

kg/hL
%
%
%
%

No. 1 CW
72
Any variety of the class General Purpose designated as such by order of the Commission
2.5
1
0.03
5

No. 2 CW
65
Any variety of the class General Purpose designated as such by order of the Commission
2.5
4
0.03
10

TABLE 59
Wheat, Canada Eastern Hard White Winter (CEHWW)

Grade Name
Standard of Quality
Maximum Limits of

Minimum Test Weight
Variety
Degree of Soundness
Foreign Material
Contrasting Classes

Matter Other Than Cereal Grains
Total

kg/hL
%
%
%

No. 1 CEHWW
76
Any variety of the class CEHWW designated as such by order of the Commission
Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
0.2
0.75
1

No. 2 CEHWW
74
Any variety of the class CEHWW designated as such by order of the Commission
Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
0.3
1.5
3

No. 3 CEHWW
69
Any variety of the class CEHWW designated as such by order of the Commission
May be immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
0.5
3.5
5

SOR/78-55, s. 5;
SOR/79-543, s. 2;
SOR/80-575, ss. 1, 2;
SOR/81-559, s. 1;
SOR/82-740, s. 1;
SOR/83-628, s. 3;
SOR/85-677, s. 8;
SOR/87-391, s. 1;
SOR/88-506, s. 1;
SOR/89-364, s. 1;
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/90-324, ss. 1(F), 2(F), 3 to 5;
SOR/91-282, ss. 1 to 4;
SOR/92-172, ss. 1, 2(F), 3(F), 4, 5, 6(F);
SOR/93-362, ss. 1 to 10;
SOR/94-507, ss. 1 to 3;
SOR/95-336, ss. 1 to 5;
SOR/95-403, s. 1;
SOR/96-300, ss. 1 to 3;
SOR/97-285, ss. 1 to 4;
SOR/97-356, s. 1;
SOR/98-333, ss. 1 to 5;
SOR/99-303, ss. 1 to 7;
SOR/2000-213, s. 8;
SOR/2000-276, ss. 1 to 6;
SOR/2001-242, ss. 1 to 4;
SOR/2002-286, ss. 1 to 4, 5(E), 6, 7(E), 8, 9(F), 10(E), 11 to 13(F), 14 to 16, 17(F);
SOR/2003-285, ss. 2 to 4, 5(F), 6, 7(F), 8(F);
SOR/2004-169, ss. 1, 2, 3(F), 4, 5(F), 6 to 9, 10(F), 11, 12, 13(F), 14;
SOR/2005-225, ss. 1 to 3(F), 4, 5: SOR/2005-330, s. 1(E);
SOR/2006-146, s. 1;
SOR/2007-162, ss. 1, 2;
SOR/2008-219, ss. 1, 2(F), 3(F), 4(E), 5, 6(F), 7(E), 8(F), 9(E), 10, 11(E), 12, 13(E), 14, 15(F), 16(E), 17, 18(E), 19, 20(F), 21 to 23, 24(F), 25(E), 26, 27, err., Vol. 142, No. 15;
SOR/2009-209, ss. 1(E), 2 to 4(F), 5(E), 6, 7(F), 8;
SOR/2010-160, ss. 1, 2;
SOR/2011-123, ss. 1, 2;
SOR/2012-38, s. 1;
SOR/2012-137, ss. 1 to 3;
SOR/2013-145, s. 1;
SOR/2014-150, ss. 1 to 4;
SOR/2014-194, s. 1.

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SCHEDULE 4(Section 9, subsections 33(1) and 39(1), section 44, subsection 45(2), paragraph 57(a) and subsections 58(1) and 68(1))

FORM 1(Sections 44 and 45)

GRAPHIC IS NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/93-24, S. 8; SOR/96-508, S. 57; SOR/2004-198, S. 38
FORM 2
[Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 39]
FORM 3
[Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 12]
FORMS 4 AND 5
[Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 40]

FORM 6(Sections 44 and 45)

GRAPHIC IS NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/93-24, S. 8; SOR/96-508, S. 58; SOR/2004-198, S. 41; SOR/2012-153, S. 2

FORM 7(Subsection 33(1) and 39(1))

GRAPHIC IS NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/93-24, S. 8; SOR/2004-198, S. 41; SOR/2005-361, S. 14(E); SOR/2006-206, S. 7(F)
FORM 8
[Repealed, SOR/2011-45, s. 4]

FORM 9(Section 58)Terminal Elevator Receipt

Receipt number:
Date of issue:
Name of elevator company:
This acknowledges receipt of grain of the kind, grade and quantity referred to in this form, in store in our elevator located at for the account of .

Grain
Protein (%)

Grade
Net tonnes

Dockage (%)
Delivered via rail (ID)

Delivered via truck (ID)
Vessel name

Date grain received
Accrued storage paid to date

WARNING: If the charges accruing under this receipt have been unpaid for more than one year, the grain may be sold and after that the holder is entitled to receive, on surrender of this receipt, only the money received from the grain less those charges and the costs of sale.
WARNING: The right of a holder of this receipt to obtain delivery of grain referred to in the receipt may be altered by the issuer by notice to the last holder known to them. Every holder must notify the issuer of their name and address without delay.

NOTE: If this receipt is issued for grain referred to in subsection 71(2) of the Canada Grain Act, the following statement is required to be printed on the form: “This receipt is subject to recall and adjustment”.

FORM 10
[Repealed, SOR/2013-111, s. 19]
FORM 11
[Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 43]

FORM 12(Paragraph 9(a))

GRAPHIC IS NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/87-476, S. 2; SOR/89-395, S. 2(F); SOR/2004-198, S. 44

FORM 13(Paragraph 9(b))

GRAPHIC IS NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/87-476, S. 2; SOR/89-395, S. 2(F); SOR/2004-198, S. 45
FORMS 13.1 AND 13.2
[Repealed, SOR/2004-198, s. 46]
FORM 14

FORM 15Special Bin Agreement

TO:
In accordance with section 57 of the Canada Grain Regulations, we agree to provide you with (quantity) (gross/net) tonnes of wheat equivalent space in our (location and identity of elevator) for the purpose of special binning (type of grain and variety, if applicable, or grain product).
The grain or grain product stored pursuant to this Agreement will be stored in
Bin Number(s):Capacity: (Gross/Net)
Should the grain or grain product represented by this Agreement be transferred, for any reason, to any other bin(s), we agree to notify you and the Canadian Grain Commission of the new bin number(s), in writing, and this Agreement will be amended accordingly.
This Agreement becomes effective on and will terminate on when all grain or grain products stored in the above-mentioned bin(s) must be removed from the bin(s); otherwise, this Agreement remains in effect until the date on which all the grain or grain product is removed.
All charges assessed will be according to the applicable tariff rates filed by us with the Canadian Grain Commission.
ACCEPTED BY:

DATED:

SOR/78-55, s. 7;
SOR/82-881, s. 2;
SOR/83-628, s. 4;
SOR/83-758, s. 4;
SOR/84-627, s. 5;
SOR/87-476, s. 2;
SOR/89-376, ss. 10 to 12(F), 14 to 18(F), 20(F);
SOR/89-395, s. 2(F);
SOR/93-24, ss. 8, 9;
SOR/93-25, s. 7;
SOR/96-508, ss. 57 to 60;
SOR/2000-213, ss. 9 to 26;
SOR/2001-273, ss. 32, 33;
SOR/2003-284, s. 35;
SOR/2004-198, ss. 37 to 41, 42(E), 43 to 46;
SOR/2005-217, s. 3;
SOR/2005-361, s. 14(E);
SOR/2006-206, s. 7(F);
SOR/2008-314, s. 8(E);
SOR/2011-45, ss. 3, 4;
SOR/2012-153, ss. 2 to 4;
SOR/2013-111, ss. 18, 19, 20(F).

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SCHEDULE 5
[Repealed, SOR/2005-361, s. 15]

SCHEDULE 6
[Repealed, SOR/2012-153, s. 5]Previous Version

SCHEDULES VII TO IX
[Repealed, SOR/95-386, s. 12]

SCHEDULES X AND XI
[Repealed, SOR/2003-284, s. 36]

SCHEDULE XII
[Repealed, SOR/2000-213, s. 29]

SCHEDULE XIII
[Repealed, SOR/2002-255, s. 21]