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May 2017

Sask Wheat joins Alberta and Manitoba counterparts on CGC submission

The Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) recently invited submissions on user fees and the surplus funds.

Sask Wheat, along with the Alberta Wheat Commission and the Manitoba Wheat and Barley Growers Association, submitted a response for the user fee consultation. Sask Wheat submitted a further, more detailed response for the user fee consultation, as well as a response for the consultation on the CGC surplus.

The submissions may be viewed and downloaded using the links below.

adobe-acrobat-pdf-file-512Sask Wheat, Alberta Wheat Commission and Manitoba Wheat and Barley Growers Association submission to the CGC on user fees (PDF - 344 KB)
adobe-acrobat-pdf-file-512Sask Wheat supplemental submission to the CGC on user fees (PDF - 497 KB)
adobe-acrobat-pdf-file-512Sask Wheat submission to the CGC on the use of surplus funds (PCF - 555 KB)

 

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