Canadian Grain Commission suspends licenses for 3 related grain companies

The Canadian Grain Commission has suspended the licenses for three related grain companies.

The grain industry regulator has temporarily revoked the licenses for Canpulse Foods and Global Grain Canada limited, as well as their parent company Ontario-based Globeways Canada as of October 31st.

Grain Commission communications manager Remi Gosselin says Canpulse operates a terminal in Kindersley while Global Grain has a facility in Plum Coulee, Manitoba.

He says farmers who are owed money for crop delivered to these companies should notify the commission immediately.

He adds an audit will be undertaken to determine if there is enough security to cover any outstanding payments to farmers.

Gosselin encourages all farmers to obtain immediate payment upon delivery of grain and cash their cheques promply.


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