Measurement Canada

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Measurement Canada (French: Mesures Canada) is a Canadian government agency of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada whose mission is "to ensure equity and accuracy where goods and services are bought and sold on the basis of measurement, in order to contribute to a fair and competitive marketplace for Canadians." The agency is headed by a president and was established on August 6, 1996 as a Special Operating Agency.

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