What is a certification trademark in Canada?
Certification marks in Canada are used to indicate that goods or services meet certain standards or have undergone a particular process. Here are some examples of certification marks in Canada:
CSA (Canadian Standards Association) - A certification mark used on products that have been tested and certified by the Canadian Standards Association.
VQA (Ontario Wine Appellation Authority) - A certification mark used for wine products regarding the location where the grapes were grown and other quality standards.
CAA (Canadian Automobile Association) - A certification mark used for the provision of discount and other benefit programs for members.
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