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Now the Canadian government is looking to the Australian Made campaign as a model for a domestic branding exercise here. This year's federal budget promised a private sector steering committee would be struck to make recommendations about a formal Made in Canada system.

The committee is expected to number around six people, composed of marketing experts and figures from various major industries, says a government source. Although the government is kick starting the idea, the source said the campaign would ultimately be funded UGG [url=]UGG Boots On Sale Boots On Sale At Macy's[/url] within the private sector.

The Competition Bureau already oversees country of origin rules that prohibit Canadian manufacturers or producers from making false claims about their products. An item that claims to be "Made in Canada" must have had its last transformation in Canada, and 51 per cent of the production costs incurred here. A "Product of Canada" means 98 per cent of the costs of producing the good happened in Canada.

But Canada does not have a single logo that is administered by any one body, or a strategic plan to market that brand.

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty recently travelled to Australia to talk to the people running their product branding campaign. Other countries, including South Africa and New Zealand, have also gone to Australia for pointers.

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"Australian Grown" and "Australian Seafood" logos were recently added.

Since 2004, the campaign has grown from 800 licensees to 1,900. The entire budget is funded through the licensees.

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