A trademark search can be a hassle for Canadians, and a confusing one.
Trademarks are the registered trademark of a company or person that holds the right to the word, image, or other mark.
A trademark is a legal document that can be used to identify goods and services or products and services.
It can also be used in conjunction with other marks, such as a badge, seal, mark, or emblem.
This article explains how to apply for a trademark search in Canada.
When it comes to trademark searches in Canada, it’s best to search using a search engine that’s easy to understand.
The rules of trademark searches differ across Canada, but the basic rules are the same: You need to show that you own the trademark you’re searching for and that you can demonstrate that the goods and/or services you’re seeking to trademark are identical to the goods you’re looking for.
For more information, see Trademark Search Requirements in Canada (PDF).
To apply for trademark searches, you’ll need to: Create a trademark application form for your search