Latest publishing rates for the Canada Gazette

Consult the latest rates for public and private organizations to publish a notice in the Canada Gazette.

Changes to the publishing rates

As a cost recovery organization, the Canada Gazette Directorate adjusts its insertion rates based on the production costs of the Canada Gazette.

By modernizing its operations to reduce its costs, the Canada Gazette Directorate is able to offer you lower rates and eliminate fees for some services. The new rates are effective April 1, 2018, and are described in this section.

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Federal departments and agencies

Publishing rates, effective April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

These rates are based on a full page for Part I and Part II.Footnote 1

  • Part I: $354 per page
  • Part II: $139 per page

Digital copy

Starting April 1, 2018, you can obtain a digital copy of your published notice free of charge. This is a copy of your notice in a Portable Document Format (PDF) version, with a cover page bearing the "Canada Gazette" wordmark and the Canada Coat of Arms.

Crown corporations

Publishing rates, effective April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

These rates are based on a full page for Part I and Part II.Footnote 1

  • Part I: $402 per page
  • Part II: $122 per page

Digital copy

Starting April 1, 2018, you can obtain a digital copy of your published notice free of charge. This is a copy of your notice in a Portable Document Format (PDF) version, with a cover page bearing the "Canada Gazette" wordmark and the Canada Coat of Arms.

Non-federal clients

Publishing rates, effective April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

The rate of $402 is based on a full page.Footnote 1 A page is letter size.

The approximate cost for publishing a plans deposited notice is $200 (half page).

Translation

The Canada Gazette is published in both official languages. You must submit your notice in both French and English. For a plans deposited notice, we can translate it for you free of charge.

Affidavit

The affidavit is a signed document that officially states that a notice was published in Part I of the Canada Gazette on a specific date. It may be used before a court as evidence. Starting April 1, 2018, you can obtain an affidavit free of charge.

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