Canada Trademark

Trademarks are vital for protecting your brand, services and products. We can help you obtain a Canadian trademark.
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Canadian Trademark Registration

Application Response Time: 7 working days

Application Process Length: 3 months

Registration Validation Period: 10 years


Introduction to the Canadian Trademark Registration System​

  1. ​Since Canada has not joined the Madrid System, your trademark protection can only be applied if you submit a trademark registration application to the Canadian Trademark Office.

  2. In Canada, if a precious metal product is marked with a quality mark, the trademark of the precious metal product must be registered.

  3. The trademark protection period in Canada is 15 years from the date of registration. After the renewal fee is paid, it can be renewed continuously for another 15 years.

  4. For three consecutive years without proper reasons to use the registered trademark, the Trademark Office may revoke the trademark registration or under the request of any third party.

Why Register a Canadian Trademark?

1. Expanding overseas markets
The protection of overseas intellectual property rights is strict, and it is difficult to go overseas without registering overseas trademarks.

​2. Protect your own brand
​If you do not register an overseas trademark, your brand will be subject to the risk of being registered or used by others.

3. Entering overseas e-commerce
​Necessary brand protection options for trading on Amazon, AliExpress, Ebay, and Wish.

​4. International Brand Presence
​A trademark shows brand strength and enhances competitiveness.


Information Required When Registering a Canadian Trademark

For A Corporation Trademark:

1. Logo/ Trademark Pattern design
2. Goods/service categories and projects
3. Copy of business license

For An Individual Trademark:

1. Logo/ Trademark Pattern design
2. Goods/service categories and projects
3. Copy of ID card

Our Advantages

Professional services​​

AA team of Canadian lawyers will monitor and feedback on your trademark application process in a timely manner. They will contact the Canada Trademark Office, and closely communicate with overseas Trademark teams to establish efficient and professional cross-border communication.

High success rate for registering a trademark in Canada

Before the application, professional search and analysis will be conducted and the registration success rate is over 80%.

Customer Service

We have one-on-one dedicated customer service staff, 24 hours online service, and we respond to all your queries quickly.


Relatively low cost but high quality services will strengthen your Canadian business development.


Can we apply for a “scent” trademark in Canada?

No. At present, Canada has not yet opened special trademark registrations such as scent, animation, and hologram. Trademarks can include text, sound, graphics and combinations. The recognizable shape of the product, the shape of the product container, the packaging method of the product, etc. can also be registered as a trademark.

Can we apply for a trademark in the name of multiple applicants in Canada?

Canada generally does not allow multiple applicants to jointly apply for a trademark, but it is permitted for partnerships or joint ventures of multiple individuals.

What is the difference between a Canadian trademark and a trade name?

Canada’s trademarks and trade names are consistent with the international trademark and trade name definitions. The trade name is an important part of the company’s name and has the character of the company’s Legal Person. A trademark is a brand used in an enterprise’s products/services. A company has only one business name, but it can have multiple trademarks. Companies can apply for and use their own trademarks. However, an organization or individual has the right to register and use the trademark that other enterprises have legally registered as a trademark, otherwise it will infringe the prior right of the enterprise.

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