CIRA hosted a webinar for applicants to provide more information on the application process and to offer tips on developing a strong application.
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.
On January 19th, 2017 we gave a 30-minute webinar covering highlights from the most 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.
Canadians Connected 2016, CIRA’s symposium and annual general meeting, took place in Toronto at the Allstream Centre on Thursday, September 22nd.
Free online tool helps small and medium-sized businesses report on how and why customer data is used
We sat down with CIP grant recipient Christopher Parsons from the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, to learn more about the DIY Transparency Report Tool that's been developed. The tool helps businesses generate transparency reports to better communicate with their customers about how they are collecting, retaining, and disclosing their data.
Just this past week, the number of .CA domain names registered reached 2.5 million.
Enabling Apparel Entrepreneurship started as a pilot project in 2015 with funding from CIRA’s Community Investment Program. In the workshop, participants learn to use online business and financial tools, marketplaces, sales software and relevant web tools to build their own apparel businesses. Over the course of several weeks, women learn what goes into starting an online business and how to market their products, sell their wares, and do their back office “paperwork” online.