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Canadian Grain Commission appoints Chief Grain Inspector

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Gino Castonguay has been appointed by the Canadian Grain Commission as Chief Grain Inspector for Canada, following the retirement of Randy Dennis.

Gino Castonguay first joined the Canadian Grain Commission as a grain inspector in 1996. In 2004, he became an Inspection Specialist. In 2013, Mr. Castonguay joined Cargill Canada as a Quality Specialist. Most recently, he was the Regional Food Safety, Quality and Regulatory Leader for Cargill Canada.

Mr. Castonguay joins Nathan Gerelus, Director of Industry Services, and Brent Andrews, the Chief of Grain Weighing Services for Canada in their commitment to the continued relevance of Canada’s grain quality system to the grain industry and customers of Canada’s grain.

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