||The right to the exclusive use of the eleven-point maple leaf is disclaimed apart from the trade-mark.
||Wednesday, October 02, 2013
(1) Paper in rolls, wallpaper, other papers and documents
(2) Surfaces or backgrounds covered with repeated geometrical figures or designs
(3) Surfaces or backgrounds covered with lozenge shapes
(4) Surfaces or backgrounds covered with lines or bands
(5) Surfaces or backgrounds covered with dots
(6) More than two lines or two bands
(7) Horizontal lines or bands
(8) Triangles containing representations of animals or parts of animals' bodies or plants
(9) Two triangles, one inside the other
(10) Triangles pointing downwards
(11) Triangular figures with one or more truncated or rounded angles
(12) Quadrilaterals containing one or more letters
(14) One quadrilateral
(15) Letters presenting a special form of writing
(16) Letters composed of a collection of drawings
(17) Letters linked to a figurative element -- Note: Letters representing a human being or a part of the human body, an animal or a part of an animal's body, a plant, a heavenly body, a natural phenomenon or an object are classified in division 27.3.
(18) One leaf
(19) Vine leaves (except 5.3.19), plane leaves, maple leaves
(20) 11-pointed Canadian maple leaf (leaves)
Goods and Services Information
(1) - Operation of a business dealing in the selling of automobile and vehicle parts, tools, supplies and accessories of others, the selling of home and automobile maintenance and service supplies of others, the selling of garden equipment, tools, supplies and accessories of others, the selling of hardware of others, the selling of house wares of others, the selling of household goods of others, the selling of sporting goods of others; automobile services, namely repair and maintenance; providing an internet web site for the publication and dissemination of information relating to the foregoing services.
(2) - Providing credit, charge card, debit card and related services, namely identification for cheque cashing purposes, cash advances; providing financial credit services through the medium of a credit card; providing auto club services, namely emergency automobile road and towing services; providing insurance services of others, namely life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance; providing insurance products of others to indemnify customers against inability to pay charge account balances; providing extended warranties of others on products sold through credit cards; providing extended warranty programs of others on products; providing banking services of others, namely lines of credit, and loans; registry services, namely providing notice to companies issuing credit cards on behalf of cardholders for lost or stolen cards; credit card services and reward program services, namely travel and health assistance and counselling; promoting the goods and services of others through a membership program that offers discounts on goods and services in the field of entertainment, travel, leisure, personal and home security, health, fitness, shopping, auto leasing and purchasing, moving and personal computing offered to credit card holders and other consumers; operation of an incentive program in which awards redeemable for merchandise are accumulated by cardholders; operation of a gas bar; operation of propane dispensing outlets; operation of convenience stores and car wash services; entertainment services in the form of televised stock car races and exhibitions; the operation of a website providing information and activities relating to hockey; providing hockey skills training programs and operating hockey skills training camps.