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The Canadian Grain Commission “hasn’t been responsible in their financial affairs” and even a big cut in inspection fees doesn’t change that, says Alberta Wheat chair Todd Hames.

Fee cuts by grain commission not enough, say Alberta farm groups

Some are hailing the reduction of inspection fees for grain exports, but not Alberta’s cereal commissions

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Canadian Grain Commission is slashing the contentious fees it charges for grain inspection — but Alberta’s cereal groups say that just shows the system is “fundamentally flawed.” The grain commission says reducing inspection and weighing fees will cut the cost of exporting grain by nearly $14 million in the next crop year and more […] Read more