Haloo gives you the information you need to move forward with your trademark
Part 1: The Haloo Process
Choose the type of trademark you’d like to search
Enter your contact info and payment details
Use Haloo’s free application builder to create a perfectly compliant application
Run Haloo’s comprehensive trademark search and review the results. These will help you better understand your trademark’s chance of success.
Download your Haloo package and follow our simple guide to filing your trademark application.
Enter the name (or logo, or tagline) to pre-check if the trademark will work in Canada. Spell the written part of the name, logo or tagline carefully.
For only $99, Haloo runs a professional trademark search in just minutes.
Our AI technology helps you to build a flawless application. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered here! Just answer the questions the best you can, and we’ll do the rest.
We create a comprehensive trademark search report for you. We cover things like common misspellings, possible confusion with other brands, and make sure that your trademark will be all above board, according to the law.
We provide complementary instructions on how to file your trademark application yourself.
File your own application and pay your CIPO fees. You can now use your trademark and start selling!
After you’ve paid your filing fees to the CPIO (not included in your package cost), you’ll have to wait for the office to review, approve, and publish your application to register your trademark. But here’s the good news: you can start using the ™ symbol with your products and services right away and get to work at what you do best—building your business.
Part 2: The Government Process
Meanwhile, the CIPO will review your application to register your trademark. This takes around 28-32 months after you’ve filed.
As long as the trademark office doesn't have any questions (they shouldn't), your application will move to the next step: approval!
Oppositions don’t happen very often, but they exist to give anyone else the chance to disagree with your trademark. If anyone does oppose your trademark, the CIPO will let you know.
Congratulations! Your business is now protected!
Once the statement of use is approved, you’re done! The mark registers, and it’s all yours—just file proof that you’re using the mark in 5 years and renew it every 10 years. The CIPO will send you emails reminding you of these deadlines, so you’ll need to make sure your contact information stays up to date on your registration.