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Login

The "Login" web page is the main entry point for the Trademark e-Filing web application.

In order to access the Trademark e-Filing web application, you must enter your Login credentials (i.e. your Username and Password) in the appropriate fields. This information is mandatory.

If you have forgotten your "Username", "Password" or want to "Create an account", select the "Forgot your username?", "Forgot your password?" or "Create an Account" links. You will be re-directed to a new "Access Your Account" web page in which you can manage your Login credentials and account.

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Filing a new trademark application

Create a New Application

The "Create a New Application" web page is the main starting point for filing a trademark.

You can select the "Create new application" link from the main menu to create the new trademark application.

Select the "Continue" button to proceed with filing the new trademark application.

After clicking on the "Continue" button you will view the "Applicant Details" web page.

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Applicant Details

The "Applicant Details" web page consists of either "Applicant Search" (who has previously filed a trademark application) or "Applicant's Information" (for an applicant who has never filed a trademark application or the applicant cannot be found).

You can search for an applicant by entering their name or by using the search criteria and selecting the "Search" button.

You can enter the applicants information and continue with the application process by selecting the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button located near the bottom of this web page.

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Representative for Service

The "Appointment of a Representative for Service" web page allows for the appointment of a representative for service in Canada.

If the applicant's address is not located in Canada, then an appointment of a representative for service in Canada is required before the application may be approved for advertisement.

You must indicate if you wish to appoint a representative for service.

The question "Do you wish to appoint a representative for service?" must be selected as either "Yes" or "No".

Click on the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button to procced to the "Correspondence Details" web page.

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Correspondence Details

The "Correspondence Details" web page allows you to choose the language of the application, the preferred language when receiving correspondence and whether to receive the filing receipt by regular mail or electronic mail.

You can enter the applicants correspondence preferences and continue with the application process by selecting the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Trademark" Details web page.

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Trademark Details

The "Trademark Details" web page allows you to provide information on the trademark application.

You can select the specific "type" of trademark by clicking on the radio / option button for either "A word mark in plain text", "A work mark in stylized text or foreign character (non-Latin)", "A design mark with or without text" or "A distinguishing guise". Only one specific type of trademark characterization can be made.

After you have selected the trademark type, you can continue with the application process by selecting the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Goods and Services Details" web page.

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Goods and Services Details/ Pre-approved Listing

The "Goods and Services Details / Pre-approved Listing" web page allows you to edit or enter statement of goods or services as well as adding a basis of filing and other claims.

You can select the "Create using a Pre-approved list" or "Import list of Goods and/or Services from the Manual" buttons to use the Goods and Services Manual or to import an XML file containing Goods and Services information.

You can also select the "Create Custom Goods list" or "Create Custom Services list" buttons to create new categories of goods or services for a trademark. The new categories of goods or services will appear in a table format below the "Goods and Services - Custom List" title.

You can use the "Group", "Edit" and "Delete Statement" buttons to group by Nice class, edit the statement and delete the good or service.

After the goods and services lists are created, you can continue with the application process by selecting the "Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Closing Details" web page.

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Closing Details

The "Closing Details" web page allows you to provide additional information pertaining to the trademark application.

You can specify the trademark by clicking on the appropriate radio / option buttons for either "Are you disclaiming any part of your mark?", "Do you wish to provide additional information or remarks to the Office?", or "Do you with to provide additional documentation to the Office?"

After the closing details have been made, you must place a check mark in the box under the "Statement".

You can continue with the application process by selecting the "Save" button.

Once the information is saved, you can click on the button "Preview the Application", click on the button to "Send to Work in Progress" or click on the button for "Next step: Validation and payment" to validate the trademark application and proceed to payment.

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Filing a revised trademark application

Create new revised application

Selecting the "Create new revised application" link from the "Home" page will lead you to the "Create a Revised Application" web page.

The "Creating a Revised Application" web page allows you to provide the applicant's name and contact information.

You must enter the application number you wish to revise and proceed by clicking on the "Continue" button. You will proceed to the "Applicants Details" web page.

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Applicant Details

The "Applicant Details" web page consists of either "Applicant Search" (who has previously filed a trademark application) or "Applicant's Information" (for an applicant who has never filed a trademark application or the applicant cannot be found).

You can search for an applicant by entering their name or by using the search criteria and selecting the "Search" button.

Or you can enter the applicants information and continue with the application process by selecting the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Appointment of a Representative for Service" web page.

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Representative for Service

The "Appointment of a Representative for Service" web page allows for the appointment of a representative for service in Canada.

If the applicant's address is not located in Canada, then an appointment of a representative for service in Canada is required.

You must indicate if you wish to appoint a representative for service.

The question "Do you wish to appoint a representative for service?" must be selected either "Yes" or "No". Once a selection is made, click on the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Correspondence Details" web page.

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Correspondence Details

The "Correspondence Details" web page allows you to choose the language of the application, the preferred language when receiving correspondence and whether to receive the filing receipt by regular mail or electronic mail.

You can enter the applicants correspondence preferences and continue with the application process by selecting the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Trademark Details" web page.

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Trademark Details

The "Trademark Details" web page allows you to provide information on the trademark application.

You can select the specific "type" of trademark by clicking on the radio / option button for either "A word mark in plain text", "A work mark in stylized text or foreign characters (non-Latin)", "A design mark with or without text" or "A distinguishing guise". Only one specific type of trademark characterization can be made.

After you have selected your trademark type, you can continue with the application process by selecting the "Save and Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Goods and Services Details" web page.

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Goods and Services Details/ Pre-approved Listing

The "Goods and Services Details / Pre-approved Listing" web page allows you to edit or enter statement of goods or services as well as adding a basis of filing and other claims.

You can select the "Create list of goods and/or services using the pre-approved list" or "Import list of Goods and/or Services from the Manual" buttons to use the Goods and Services manual or to import an XML file containing Goods and Services information.

You can also select the "Create a custom list of goods" or "Create a custom list of services list" buttons to create new categories of goods or services for a trademark. The new categories of goods or services will appear in a table format below the "Goods and Services - Custom List" title.

You can use the "Group", "Edit" and "Delete Statement" buttons to group by Nice class, edit the statement and delete the good or service.

After the goods and services lists are created, you can continue with the application process by selecting the "Continue to Next Step" button. You will proceed to the "Closing Details" web page.

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Closing Details

The "Closing Details" web page allows you to provide additional information pertaining to the trademark application.

You can specify the trademark by clicking on the appropriate radio / option buttons for either "Are you disclaiming any part of your mark?", "Do you with to provide additional information or remarks to the Office?", or "Do you with to provide additional documentation to the Office?"

After the closing details have been made, you must place a check mark in the box under the "Statement".

You can continue with the application process by selecting the "Save" button.

Once the information is saved, you can click on the link "Preview the Application Form", select the button to "Send to Work in Progress" or click the button for "Next step: Validation and payment" to validate the trademark application and proceed to payment.

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Group Goods or Services (Nice Classification)

You can select the "Group goods or services of registered trademarks according to the classes of the Nice Classification" link on the "Home" page or select the "Group Goods or Services (Nice Classification)" main menu item in order to access the Group Goods and Services by Nice class functionality.

The "Group Goods or Services (Nice Classification)" web page allows you to group the goods and services of the specified trademark application by Nice class.

You must enter the seven (7) digit number of the application containing the goods/services you wish to group by Nice class.

Select the "Continue" button to search for the trademark application.

The search results will be listed in a table format within the "Goods and Services Details - Step 1" web page.

You can use the "Copy selected", "Copy All" and "Merge" buttons to copy selected items from the "Goods and Services" table to "Goods and Services – Group by Nice Class" table, copy all items from the "Goods and Services" to "Goods and Services – Group by Nice Class" table or merge all items within the same table.

Once the search results have been re-organized, you can use the "Edit" button to re-direct you to the Goods and Services Details web page where you can make additional changes. You can use the "Delete" button to delete the entire row from the revised table.

Select the "Continue to Next Step" button to proceed to the "Closing Details - Step 2 of 2" web page.

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Closing Details

The "Closing Details - Step 2 of 2" web page allows you to provide additional information pertaining to the group and class goods and services request.

You can provide additional information to the request by clicking on the radio / option button for either "Do you wish to provide additional information or remarks?"

You can continue with the group and class goods and services process by selecting the "Continue to Next Step" button.

Once the information is saved, you can use the button to "Preview", select the button to "Send to Work in Progress" or select the button for "Next step: Validate and Add to Cart" to validate the group and class goods and services request and proceed to payment.

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Upload a saved application as a New Application

The "Upload a saved application as a New Application" web page allows for the selection of a previously saved HTML file from the previous system into the Trademark e-Filing web application.

You can use the "Browse" button to choose a specific file to upload. From the "Choose File to Upload" dialog box select the .html file you want to upload and then click on the "Open" button. The file and path information will be listed within the "File Name:" field. The "File Name:" field is a mandatory field.

Once selected, you can upload the upload the HTML file (containing the new trademark application) from your local hard drive by clicking on the "Upload" button.

Once the new application has been uploaded, you must verify all the information within the uploaded application and make any necessary modifications.

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Upload a saved application as a Revised Application

The "Upload a saved application as a Revised Application" web page allows for the selection of a previously saved HTML file located on your local hard drive to be used with the Trademark e-Filing web application.

You can use the "Browse" button to choose a specific file to upload. From the "Choose File to Upload" dialog box select the .html file you want to upload and then click on the "Open" button. The file and path information will be listed within the "File Name:" field. The "File Name:" field is a mandatory field .

Once selected, you can upload the upload the HTML file (containing the previous trademark application) from your local hard drive by clicking on the "Upload" button.

Once the revised application has been uploaded, you must verify all the information within the uploaded application and make any necessary modifications.

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Work in Progress

The "Work In Progress" web page lists trademark applications that are currently in progress.

You can "Edit", "View", and "Delete" trademark applications by using the corresponding "Edit / View" links and the "Delete" button.

You can use the "Edit" link to modify a trademark application. Selecting this link will lead you to the last process step of the trademark application.

You can use the "View" link to view the application for the registration of a trademark.

You can use the "Delete" button to completely remove the trademark application that is currently in progress.

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Cart

The "Cart" web page contains trademark applications that are ready for payment or submission.

You can "View", "Remove" and "Empty Cart" trademark applications by using the corresponding "View" link and the "Remove" "Empty Cart" buttons.

Once you are ready, click on the "Proceed to Payment" button. The cart contents will be validated and you will be directed to a secure payment site.

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Search History of Transactions

Selecting the "History of Transactions" main menu item will lead you to the "Search History of Transactions" web page.

The "Search History of Transactions" web page allows for the listing of previously submitted trademark applications and transactions.

You can search your transaction history by entering the seven (7) digit number of the application, the trademark, the confirmation number, the start date, and the end date.

Once you have entered your search details, click on the "Search" button. The search feature will commence and the trademark application will be retrieved.

After initiating a search, the trademark information will be listed in a table format within the "Search Results" web page.

You can perform a new search or refine your search by using the "new" or "refine" search links on the "Search Results" web page.

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Problem Report

If you are experience technical problems, you can select "Problem Report" from the main menu. This will forward you to a "Technical Problem Report" web page.

The Technical Problem Report web page allows you to enter information pertaining to your technical problem.

When you have completed entering all of the problem information, select the "Submit" button.

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Logout

In order to exit the Trademark e-Filing web application, navigate to the left main menu and select "Logout".

You will exit the web application and be notified with a "You have successfully logged out" message.

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Mandatory Fields

Throughout the Trademark e-Filing web application there are fields marked (required).

These "required" fields are mandatory. Information must be entered within these marked fields.

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Timeout Session

After a period of inactivity within the Trademark e-Filing web application, you will be prompted with "Session timeout warning" pop-up window.

Click on the "Sign in" button to return to the "Login" web page.

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Tooltips

Throughout the Trademarks e-Filing web application there are many graphical icons and hyperlinks represented within the web pages. When your mouse pointer hovers over such items, without clicking on them, this will allow you to view information on the graphical icon or link. This feature is commonly called a "Tooltip".

It may take a second or two to display the tooltip, but when it does appear, it usually is a small box with a shaded background containing explanatory text.

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Elements required for Filing

Article 25 of the Trade-marks Regulations states that an application may receive a date of filing only if the following items are delivered to the Registrar of Trade-marks:

  • (a) an application setting out the following information, namely,
    • (i) the name and address of the applicant,
    • (ii) the goods or services in association with which the trademark is proposed to be used, or has been used or made known, and
    • (iii) in the case of a trademark other than a proposed trademark,
      • (A) the date of first use or making known of the trademark in Canada, or
      • (B) the name of a country in which the trademark has been used and information respecting the registration or application for registration in or for a country of the Union on which the right to registration is based;
  • (b) the application fee set out in item 1 of the schedule; and
  • (c) a drawing of the trademark, unless the trademark consists solely of a word or words not depicted in a special form.

Glossary for Online Help

Applicant Type - Indicate whether the applicant is an individual (sole proprietor) or an organization (partnership, corporation, etc.) If two or more individuals or legal entities apply for the registration of a trademark, it must be confirmed, in writing, that they form a lawful association and have a legal agreement between them. A statement to that effect is sufficient. It is not necessary to submit evidence, an affidavit or revised application. Additional information on the identity of the applicant can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Application Abroad and Use - An applicant who has applied for a trademark in or for another Union country and used it in any country may file to register his/her trademark in Canada according to paragraph 30(d) of the Trade-marks Act. The Canadian application must contain the following particulars of the corresponding foreign application:

  1. The filing date of the application and the serial number.
  2. The country of the Union in or for which the trademark was applied.

For further information please consult the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Additional documentation - The applicant can attach here any documentation that may be pertinent to their application, including certified copies.

Additional remarks - The applicant can add here any comments or information that are pertinent to the application. These will be displayed on the application cover page.

Associate agent - Article 9 of the Trademarks Regulations provides that where a trade-mark agent is not a resident of Canada, the agent shall appoint an associate agent who is a resident of Canada, and where an associate trade-mark agent is not appointed, the Registrar shall correspond with the applicant.

Basis for Filing (Services) - The applicant may choose more than one basis for filing for each statement of services but the applicant cannot claim use in Canada and proposed use in Canada simultaneously for the same services.

Basis for Filing (Goods) - The applicant may choose more than one basis for filing for each statement of goods but the applicant cannot claim use in Canada and proposed use in Canada simultaneously for the same goods.

Certificate of registration - Official document acknowledging that the trademark has been registered in the Register of Trade-marks.

Certification mark - A certification mark is owned by an individual or organization and licensed to others for the purpose of identifying goods or services that meet a defined standard, for example, the Woolmark design, owned by Woolmark Americas Ltd., for use on clothing and other goods.

Colour Claim - If colour is claimed as a feature of the trademark, enter it here. Describe the particular colour or colours as they apply to the different parts of the trademark.

Example 1: "The upper band is yellow. The central band is green. The lower band is red."

Example 2: "The letters are blue on a white background. The lower panel is red with the leaf is white."

Country of origin - The country of the Union in which, at the date of filing of the application, the applicant had a real and effective industrial or commercial establishment, had his domicile, or was a citizen or national thereof.

Defined standard - An acceptable defined standard may include details on the qualifications required from the persons producing the goods or providing the services; or norms of quality, performance, or production of the goods and services, and other similar standards that may be used. For further information please consult the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Design trademark with or without text - This category refers to a trademark that includes a graphic depiction (logo, drawing, etc.) that may or may not contain text. For more information, please consult the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Disclaimer - Statement to the effect that the applicant does not have exclusive rights to a given word or to a portion of a trademark.

Description - A description will be required for a three-dimensional mark, two-dimensional mark applied to a three-dimensional object, and colour applied to a three-dimensional object before the trademark can be advertised. This section can be also used to describe any matter of the trademark that may not be clear from the design or that the applicant feels needs a description.

Distinguishing guise - A distinguishing guise consists of the shaping of goods or their containers, or a mode of wrapping or packaging goods, which distinguishes them as being produced by a specific individual or firm. For example, if the applicant manufactures butterfly-shaped candy, he could register the butterfly shape as a distinguishing guise. Applicants are strongly advised to review the provisions of the Trade-marks Act and the Trademarks Examination Manual to ensure that: (i) application for a distinguishing guise is appropriate; and (ii) the application contains the proper information.

Evidence - In certain situations, further information in the form of evidence is required by the Office for assessment (subsection 12(2) and section 14 of the Trade-marks Act, for example). For further information on when and what type of evidence is required please consult the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Subsection 12(2) Evidence - Trademarks which are not registrable because they are names or surnames within the definition set out in paragraph 12(1)(a), or which are clearly descriptive according to paragraph 12(1)(b), may be registered if they have been used in Canada so as to have become distinctive at the date of filing of the application in Canada, pursuant to subsection 12(2). An applicant may not claim the benefit of subsection 12(2) if the trademark is objectionable under paragraph 12(1)(c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h) or (i). Evidence will be required to prove distinctiveness.

Further information can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Section 14 Evidence - Trademarks which are not registrable because they are names or surnames within the definition set out in paragraph 12(1)(a), or which are clearly descriptive according to paragraph 12(1)(b), may be registered pursuant to section 14. In order to claim the benefit of section 14, the applicant or its predecessor in title must have registered the trademark in or for the country of origin of the applicant in association with the same goods and/or services and must furnish a certified copy of the corresponding registration and any other evidence required by the Registrar.

Further information can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Language of the application - Select the language in which you would like your application to be displayed as.

Language of Correspondence from the Office - Select the language in which you would like to correspond with the Trademark Office.

Licensee - A licensee is an individual or organization licensed by the owner of a trademark to use this trademark subject to specific terms and conditions. When an individual or organization is licensed by the owner, or with the authority of the owner, to use the trademark, where the owner has direct or indirect control over the character or quality of the goods or services in respect of which the trademark is used, then the licensee's use of the mark or a trade-name including the trademark is deemed to have, and to always have had, the same effect as use by the owner.

Made Known - The trademark is deemed to be made known in Canada by a person only if it is used by that person in a country of the Union, other than Canada, in association with goods and/or services, and

  • a) the goods are distributed in association with it in Canada, or
  • b) the goods and/or services are advertised in association with it in
    • i. any printed publication circulated in Canada in the ordinary course of commerce among potential dealers in or users of the goods and/or services, or
    • ii. radio broadcasts ordinarily received in Canada by potential dealers in or users of the goods and/or services,
    and it has become well known in Canada by reason of the distribution or advertising.

Further information can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Partnership or Joint Venture - Although the Office does not register a trademark in the name of more than one individual, the applicant may claim more than one entity as long as they state that they form a partnership OR are engaged in a joint venture.

Example:

  • John Doe and John Smith, a partnership.
  • ABC Inc. and XYZ Inc., a joint venture.

Place of business in Canada - Primarily used by companies that are not in Canada but have a principal office or place of business in Canada that they would like to provide instead of providing a representative for service. If you already have an address in Canada, it is not necessary to complete this portion.

Predecessor in title - This means entities such as individuals, partnerships, companies and so on that have previously used the trademark and have transferred ownership and/or rights of the applied for trademark to the applicant.

Priority Claim - An applicant (or his/her successor-in-title) who is a member of a country of the Union may file an application for registration of a trademark in Canada, and may claim as the filing date, the date he/she filed an application in or for the Union country for the same or substantially the same trademark for use in association with the same kind of goods and/or services.

Further information can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Proposed Use - A person may apply for registration of a trademark on the basis of intended use in Canada by stating that the applicant intends to use the trademark in Canada. The applicant cannot, however, include a claim that he is using the trademark in Canada and a proposed use claim for the same statement of goods and/or services.

Further information can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Registration Abroad and Use - An applicant who has registered a trademark in or for another Union country and used it in any country may file to register his/her trademark in Canada according to paragraph 30(d) Trade-marks Act. The Canadian application must contain the particulars of the corresponding foreign registration such as the following:

  • 1. The registration date and number of the registration.
  • 2. The country of the Union in or for which the trademark was registered.

For further information please consult the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Representative for service - A representative for service is a person in Canada appointed by the applicant to receive notices and correspondence and upon whom service of any proceedings in respect of the trademark application may be given, with the same effect as if they had been given to, or served upon, the applicant. Please refer to paragraph 30(g) of the Trademarks Regulations or the Trademarks Examination Manual for further details.

Statement - The goods or services must be compliant with paragraph 30(a) of the Trade-marks Act, meaning they must be in ordinary commercial terms and specific. For examples of acceptable goods and services, please consult the Goods and Services Manual.

Territorial restrictions - These allow the applicant to restrict the registration of the trademark to exclude certain areas of Canada. These are only used in certain circumstances where evidence has been provided and assessed pursuant to 12(2) and 13 of the Trademarks Act and it was deemed that a territorial restriction was required pursuant to section 19 of the Trade-marks Act. If you require further information please refer to the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Trade-mark agent - A trade-mark agent is a person whose name is entered on the list of recognized trade-mark agents and who is entitled to practice before the Office of the Registrar of Trade-marks on behalf of an applicant.

Trademark reference - This is how the applicant may refer to the trademark. For example, if the trademark is an image of a butterfly the applicant may refer to it as BUTTERFLY DESIGN; or if the trademark is the company name, for example ABC LTD. together with a design, the applicant may wish to refer to it as ABC LTD. & DESIGN.

Translation - A translation is required when the trademark contains words or phrases that are not in English or French.

Below is an example of how to construct a translation statement for the office:

  • The applicant submits that the [ENGLISH OR FRENCH (pick one)] translation of the [ORIGIN OF WORD (eg German)] word(s) [insert WORD(S) TO BE TRANSLATED] appearing in the trademark is [insert TRANSLATION].
  • Example: The applicant submits that the English translation of the Spanish word HOLA is HELLO

Transliteration - A transliteration is the conversion of text that appears in foreign characters in the trademark (ex. Chinese, Korean, Arabic, etc) into Latin characters.

Here is how to construct a transliteration statement for the office:

  • The applicant submits that the [insert ORIGIN OF CHARACTERS (eg. Chinese character(s)] appearing in the trademark may be transliterated as [insert TRANSLITERATION (how the words/phrases are spelled in Latin characters)].
  • Example: The applicant submits that the Chinese characters appearing in the trademark may be transliterated as Gǒu.

Union country - or "country of the Union" means

  • any country that is a member of the Union for the Protection of Industrial Property constituted under the Convention, or
  • any WTO Member.

Used in Canada - An application for registration of a trademark that has been used in Canada must contain the date from which the applicant or their named predecessor(s) in title, if any, have used the trademark in association with each of the goods and/or services described in the application. When only the month and year are named, the last day of the month will be regarded as the effective date. When only the year is named, the last day of that year will be the determining date.

Further information can be found in the Trademarks Examination Manual.

Goods and services - In order to file a trademark application, the applicant must specify the goods or services with which the trademark will be, or is, used. Therefore, a company that sells "soda pop" under the trademark XYZ may list XYZ as the trademark, "soda pop" in the listed goods, and "sale of soda pop" in the services.

Viewing/Saving the application form

How to save your application:

  • 1. Select the link to view the application as HTML,
  • 2. When the next screen is displayed, select File-->Save As from your browser menu,
  • 3. In the Save dialog box, select Web Page, HTML only for the option Save as type,
  • 4. Enter a file name and Save.

Icon Legends

Application Abroad and Use Icon Legend

  • Edit - Edit the application.
  • Remove - Remove the application.

Registration Abroad and Use Icon Legend

  • Edit - Edit the registration.
  • Delete - Delete the registration.

Document Actions Icon Legend

  • View - View the document.
  • Remove - Remove the document.

Cart Icon Legend

  • Remove - Remove the application from the cart.

Payment Fulfillment Icon Legend

  • Application - View application payment receipt in accessible format.
  • Application PDF - View application payment receipt in PDF format (non-accessible).
  • Application Form - View the application form in an accessible format.
  • In progress - Application Forms or Application Receipts not yet generated.

Transaction History Icon Legend

  • Success - Successful payment/submission.
  • Cancelled - Payment/Submission cancelled.
  • Group Receipt (HTML) - View the group payment receipt in accessible format.
  • Group Receipt (PDF) - View the group payment receipt in PDF format.
  • Individual Receipt (HTML) - View the individual payment receipt in accessible format.
  • Individual Receipt (PDF) - View the individual payment receipt in PDF format.
  • Application Form - View the application form in accessible format.
  • Copy as new - Copy this application in your Work in Progress as a New Application.
  • Copy as revised - Copy this application in your Work in Progress as a Revised Application.
  • In progress - Application Form or Receipts not yet generated.

Priority Claims Icon Legend

  • Edit - Edit the priority claim.
  • Delete - Delete the priority claim.

Services Icon Legend

  • Edit - Edit the services.
  • Delete - Delete the services.

Goods Icon Legend

  • Edit - Edit the goods.
  • Delete - Delete the goods.

Work in Progress Icon Legend

  • Edit - Edit the application.
  • Remove - Remove the application.
  • View - View the application in an accessible format.

    How to save your application:

    • 1. View the application,
    • 2. When the next screen is displayed, select File-->Save As from your browser menu,
    • 3. In the Save Dialog, select Web Page, HTML only for the option Save as type,
    • 4. Enter a file name and Save.
  • Move - Move the application to the cart.