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This is the main page for the Canadian Patent Office.
Canadian Patent Database / Base de donn es sur les brevets canadiens.
Whether you develop new technology or improve well-known products or
processes, you'll want to know more about patents.
Patent Act. 1 - Short Title; 2 - Interpretation; 2.1 - Her Majesty; 3 - Patent Office
and Officers; 12 - Rules and Regulations; 13 - Seal; 14 - Proof of Patents; 15 -
Patent Agents; 17 - Appeals; 19 - Use of Patents by Government; 20 -
Government Owned Patents; 21.01 - Use of Patents for International
Humanitarian Purposes to ...
This guide provides you with an introduction to patents and patenting procedures
. It will help you understand what patents are and get started with your patent
Sep 6, 2017 ... A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, such as a product or a
process. Learn about, search for or apply for registration.
(2) Where an application (the “original application”) describes more than one
invention, the applicant may limit the claims to one invention only, and any other
invention disclosed may be made the subject of a divisional application, if the
divisional application is filed before the issue of a patent on the original
Dec 2, 2013 ... In partnership with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO), Library and
Archives Canada (LAC) has digitized Canadian patents on microfilm from the
years 1869 to 1919. The search enables the viewing of over 190,000 patents that
have been registered in Canada by Canadian citizens or residents ...
Canadian Patent Database / Base de données sur les brevets canadiens.
Search: Canadian Patents, 1869-1919. Enter one or more search terms. (eg.
Whiteaves, White*). Keyword searching on the title of the patent must be done
carefully. Patent titles do not always precisely indicate the nature of the invention.
For example, a mouse trap may be listed under the title "animal trap," "vermin trap
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