Yes, it is possible to have your trademark protected in both Canada and the United States. However, it's important to note that trademark rights are generally territorial, meaning they are limited to the country or region where they are registered or used.
To protect your trademark in Canada, you would need to apply for trademark registration with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO). This registration would provide you with exclusive rights to use the trademark in Canada and prevent others from using a similar mark in connection with similar goods or services.
To protect your trademark in the United States, you would need to apply for trademark registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Similar to the Canadian registration, this would grant you exclusive rights to use the trademark in the United States and prevent others from using a similar mark in connection with similar goods or services.
Additionally, it is worth considering filing an international trademark application through the Madrid System, which allows for a single application to be filed to seek trademark protection in multiple countries that are using the System. This can streamline the process and potentially reduce costs, depending on your business needs and expansion plans.