Introduction to the Canadian Trademarks Database
When you use the Canadian Trademarks Database, you have access to more than 140 years of Canadian trademarks data. You can search, get and study more than 1.2 million Canadian trademarks. That includes all active marks and all inactive marks that were cancelled, expunged, abandoned or refused after 1979.
You can find detailed information about the content of the database as well as tips on how to search on our assistance page.
You may also want to read the Trademarks Database tutorial to understand how to do an advanced search in the database.
New – Classification data: CIPO accepts trademark applications filed with their goods and services grouped and classed according to the Nice Classification. Also, you may now search the database by Nice class. For more information, please consult the updates to the Canadian Trademarks Database.
New – Integration of Canadian data into EUIPO TMview: A collaborative, international effort with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). This search tool integrates Canadian trademarks data into TMview and allows users to search trademark data from participating IP offices.
Important: Please read our disclaimer about using the database.
For any questions about the Trademarks Database, please contact our Client Service Centre.
Notice — Sound marks
Please note that you now can search for sound marks in the Canadian Trademarks Database. To listen to a sound, click on its hyperlink on the details page of the trademark application.
CIPO is taking applications for the registration of trademarks consisting of sounds.
Information on trademarks compiled by CIPO can be ordered in bulk. Learn more about how to order this Canadian Bulk Data.
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