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1984–2004

1984–1997

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1992–2004

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The space between the red square in the 'I' was narrowed, in addition to the last three letters now being disconnected from each other; the company was shut down in 2004 after a major accounting scandal and was sold to a group led by Nelvana founder Michael Hirsh, and former Nelvana president Toper Taylor for CA$190 million. The company was subsequently renamed Cookie Jar Entertainment, and Cinar's assets are currently held by WildBrain.

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