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Bill C-611

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This enactment amends the Trade-marks Act to clarify the circumstances in which public notice is given of an official mark having been adopted and used by a public authority. It amends sections 2 and 9 to add precision regarding what constitutes a public authority and the circumstances in which, and process by which, public notice is given of such official marks.

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