Measurement Canada


Envana Energy Inc. is an Authorized Service Provider for Measurement Canada qualified to inspect and certify devices.   Liquid fuel provers certified by Measurement Canada are used to conduct our Examinations. 

Under the Weights and Measures Act and the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act, measuring devices, including gasoline dispensers and large petroleum meters, used for trade in Canada must meet stringent standards.  By law, Measurement Canada can periodically inspect devices to ensure that you’re fulfilling your responsibilities.

Effective August 1, 2014, measuring devices in various sectors, including the downstream petroleum sector, must be inspected regularly by a Measurement Canada Authorized Service Provider.  These mandatory inspections are being phased in by postal code.  To find out when and how frequently your devices must be inspected click on  this Due Date Search link.

Measurement Canada will impose significant monetary penalties and court-imposed fines on those businesses that do not comply with this legislation.

In order to ensure that your devices are measuring properly and to avoid any unnecessary fines or penalties, call Envana Energy Inc. to schedule a Measurement Canada Examination.  


Measurement Canada Information

New Regulatory Measurement Canada Amendments Effective August 1, 2014

Measurement Canada It’s Your Business to Get it Right – New Legal Obligations for Measuring Device Owners

Accuracy:  It’s Your Responsibility

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Measurement Canada Amendments

First Mandatory Inspection – Due Date Search

Weighing and Measuring Devices – Measurement Canada Enforcement Policy