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Canada’s budding cannabis trade mark industry

Ellie Mertens, New York


Cannabis-related trade mark applications are soaring ahead of the slated enactment of legislation that will permit recreational use in Canada, while amendments to Canada’s Trademarks Act will also come into force early next year

Although medical marijuana has been legal in Canada since 2001, recreational use remains illegal. That will all change with the Cannabis Act, which will legalise adult use in Canada and was originally slated to be enacted on July 1 2018...


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