- a total of 209,980 applications had been filed since 01-Apr-2018 (this includes both Madrid and non-Madrid applications, but excludes Section 9 applications)
- 6,241 of those applications have become inactive (i.e. abandoned, withdrawn, etc.)
- 42,586 (i.e. 20.9%) of the remaining active applications have been examined
- 161,153 (i.e. 79.1%) of the active applications are still awaiting examination.
2 The 'Madrid Filings' column in the second table shows the number of Madrid Protocol applications to which CIPO has allocated filing dates falling within the indicated Year/Month. The Canadian filing date of a Madrid Protocol application is the international registration date which WIPO allocates to the corresponding Madrid Protocol registration.↩
1 Unexamined applications are those for which the <tmk:MarkEventDescriptionText> XML element contains either “Formalized” or “Pre-formalized”. Inactive applications are those for which the <tmk:MarkCurrentStatusInternalDescriptionText> XML element contains a description such as abandoned, cancelled, inactivated, removed, withdrawn, etc. To determine the number of examined applications for a given month/year, subtract the number of unexamined applications and the number of inactive applications from the total number of applications filed in that month/year.↩