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Canadian Trademark Act Reforms Come Into Force

The Canadian Trademark Blog reports that new Trade-marks Act reforms came into effect on January 1st that block Canadian wine makers from using terms such as Burgundy and Bourgogne.

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  1. Are the terms “Red” and “White” next?
    I am amazed at how fast Canada is willing to bend over for the shaft. Not just with wine, but taking generic words left, right and centre and handing them off as trademarks.