Well, as it happens this is another place where my very own custom Google search came in useful. Unlike the b-i-g Google it just searches a restricted collection of web sites that offer practical advice about how to do things. I dropped the key words
in to the custom search and received both the searchable Canadian registry of trademarks and a set of instructions for registering trademarks. Of course I cannot claim that one would not find these using Google itself but, in many cases, the custom search would eliminate a lot of chaff.
To use the custom search just follow and/or bookmark this link: Career & Employment How-To-Do-Its.
To get back to the main thread of this article, if you're trying to create a trademark that you can register I imagine that you can use the online database to help you. However, for heaven's sake, consult a specialist.