Canada’s proposed Child Health Protection Act is making its way through the country’s legislative process. Outlawing the marketing of unhealthy foods to children, it could have a significant impact on the use of food and beverage trademarks. Though the bill exempts affected trademarks from cancellation through non-use, there are fears that this carve-out will create a new class of brands deemed “in limbo”.

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