Sure thing. Kinda. It comes spread over a couple pages.
First you get this one: guidelines.diabetes.ca/Browse/Chapter11
Those are the guidelines for PWD. But, they essentially point towards this: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/food-guide-aliment/basics-base/quantit-eng.php
Which indicates that an adult male, aged 19-50, should eat 8 servings of grains/day with each serving of grains being approximately the size of a slice of bread.
The advantage of the Canadian vs. US guidelines is that the Canadian ones offer a lot more detail for how to customize your diet & exercise to better support your own personal needs. The US one is more of a cookie-cutter template and not customized for any one individual person.
This makes the Canadian one ideal for the individual user who wants to roll up their sleeves and dive into taking care of their health.
But, for me to apply that to an entire office would have left me unable to do anything else. And, they were a bit complex even at that.
I would love to jump on and help streamline the guidelines to make them more easily used by the average person but I'm already stretched thin with family commitments and working with a T1D school advocacy group to improve support for kids in schools.
Plus I like to have a little time left at the end of the day for my work with Ayogo. ;)