City Claims Naming Rights

Toronto has used an obscure provision of an Act of Parliament to permanently trademark itself as “Canada’s downtown”. MPs have debated repeal of the odd section of the Trademarks Act that allows public agencies to claim exclusive rights to ordinary words and phrases: “A lot of people are upset with this provision of the Act.”

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