CIRA has a long history of engagement in the global Internet Governance community and we thought it would be interesting to sit down for a chat with Erin to get the reaction of a IGF-newbie and how it compares to Allan MacGillivray’s experience, who has been attending the IGF since 2012.
Your .CA domain name is your brand in the Internet's digital village. It also makes you part of Canada’s Internet community of people who, like you, have an interest in making the internet work for them. CIRA is a Member-based, not-for-profit organization that is best known for managing the world-class .CA domain name Registry and developing new products and programs that help build a better online Canada.
With the support of CIRA’s Community Investment Program (CIP), Ladies Learning Code launched Teachers Learning Code workshops.
CIRA’s recent event in Vancouver featured Josh Tabish, Campaigns Director at OpenMedia. Josh spoke to the work that OpenMedia is doing to try to encourage more awareness of community broadband programs and projects in Canada.
CIRA hosted a webinar for applicants to provide more information on the application process and to offer tips on developing a strong application. Update: Please note the application period for 2017 is now closed.
There are a great number of people out there, around the world and within Canada, working to improve the Internet and allow more Canadians to benefit form it, and with CIRA’s Community Investment Program (CIP), you can help build a better online Canada by doing something as simple as registering a .CA domain name.
Watch our 30-minute webinar covering highlights from the most recent CIRA Internet Factbook.
Creating your own website and sharing your new year's resolution journey online can have serious benefits.
New products like STEM toys and maker-based programs and projects are a great way to get kids involved in the STEM fields early on by allowing them to explore new concepts hands-on, building on skills such as creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving.
In a world where there are over 1,000 TLDs to choose from, only one can convey that you are Canadian. Choose Canada. Choose .CA.