Measurement Canada begins Spot the Sticker campaign
Measurement Canada of Ottawa has begun an awareness initiative called “Spot the Sticker.” The federal government agency is responsible for ensuring fair and accurate measures in financial transactions involving products and services. Businesses that participate in the voluntary program will be issued a window decal to display when their measuring devices are inspected for accuracy. The program includes scales, gas pumps and other measuring devices.
“Measurement Canada is committed to protecting consumers when they are buying products such as gasoline and produce on the basis of measure,” said Diane Allan, president of Measurement Canada. “The Spot the Sticker initiative allows businesses to show their customers that they are committed to measurement accuracy.”