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property crime

in canada

ProTeCT your inTelleCTual ProPerTy

IP crime affects your trademarks and copyrights and is highly pervasive across all sectors, constituting an illegitimate multi-billion-dollar global industry, which impacts economic health and the safety and security of citizens.

$991 billion

The estimated value of trade in counterfeit
and pirated goods globally by 2022.

4-5 million

Estimated net job losses by 2022 due to
illegitimate counterfeiting and piracy activity.

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Member companies span nearly every
industry segment:

Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
Consumer Goods
food & beverage
apparel & footwear
Music & film
Consumer Goods food & beverage apparel & footwear Music & film
electrical & electronics
electrical & electronics automotive

Strategic Partnerships

As a leading advocate on legislative and regulatory issues addressing Intellectual Property (IP) crime in Canada, CACN maintains strong alliances with the following organizations:

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