Anthem Copycat Cost $96,500

A federal agency billed nearly $100,000 to trademark a copycat phrase from the national anthem to promote vacation packages. Expenses by the Canadian Tourism Commission included $59,500 paid to an ad agency, Cossette Inc. of Québec City: “This doesn’t make any sense.”

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