Rebel Media Sues Hudson's Bay For Trademark Infringement Over "Make Canada Great Again" Hats
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Rebel Media Sues Hudson’s Bay For Trademark Infringement Over “Make Canada Great Again” Hats
The far-right website successfully trademarked the phrase earlier this year

Ezra Levant’s Rebel Media is taking the Hudson’s Bay Company to court for trademark infringement over the Canadian retailer’s alleged unauthorized use of the slogan “Make Canada Great Again.”

In a statement of claim filed in the Federal Court of Canada in Montreal on May 24, Rebel News Network Ltd. alleges that Hudson’s Bay sells, among other things, hats carrying the slogan which the Rebel applied to trademark in November 2016. According to the Canadian Trademarks Database, the mark was approved earlier this year and registered on March 5, 2019.

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