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The Trade-marks Journal is published every week in compliance with Rule 15 of the Trade-marks Regulations. The Registrar of Trade-marks cannot guarantee the accuracy of this publication, nor assume any responsibility for errors or omissions or the consequence of these. All mail relating to trademarks should be addressed to the Registrar of Trade-marks, 50 Victoria Street, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, K1A 0C9.
Electronic Trade-marks Journal
The Journal is available in a PDF format and can be downloaded free of charge, viewed and printed with Adobe Acrobat Reader. The electronic form of the Trade-marks Journal is the official version.
New - The Journal is also available in a printable HTML format as an alternate official version, and contains a search function to narrow and customize the Journal content to user defined areas of interest. For more information, please consult the updates to the Trade-marks Journal.
The Journal is available in English and in French. The application details are displayed based on the language of the application. If the language of the application is English, the goods, services, or other text and description appearing in the English version of the Journal are in the language filed by the applicant. If the language of the application is French, the goods, services, or other text and description appearing in the English version of the Journal have been translated. Any registration resulting from the application will be restricted to these goods or services described therein.
The Journal includes reference to the Nice classification when the goods or services of an application have been grouped and classed by the applicant in accordance with the current version and edition of the Nice Classification.
Any person who has a valid ground of opposition (see section 38 of the Trade-marks Act for the grounds of opposition) to any application for registration of a trademark or to any application for registration of a trademark extending the statement of goods or services advertised in this Trade-marks Journal may file a statement of opposition with the Registrar of Trade-marks within two months from the date of issue of this publication. The prescribed fee must accompany the statement of opposition.
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