‘Weird’ Trademark Repeal Is Sought: “It Has Got To Stop”

Parliament must restrict perpetual trademarking of common phrases under an obscure Canadian law, says a Nova Scotian whose complaint prompted a 2014 private bill on the issue. The Trademarks Act allows public institutions to claim monopoly rights to everyday words: “I don’t think that is fair, not in Canada”.

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