Western Wind Energy Corporation v. Savitr Capital, LLC

The Supreme Court of British Columbia was considering an application for declaratory or injunctive relief. Western Wind alleged that Savitr used its trade-mark in materials soliciting proxy votes for an upcoming annual general meeting (AGM). The Court found that the use was not use in association with wares or services, as required by the Trade-marks Act, and the application was dismissed.

The Court also granted the application by Savitr for an independent chair for the AGM.