In 2011 CIRA commissioned research from Packet Clearing House (PCH) to examine patterns of Internet traffic movement across Canada.
Like many foreigners, I follow U.S. politics closely. What happens in Washington, D.C.
Back in 2015, I wrote a commentar for the Montreal Gazette about Quebec’s consideration of a proposal to block its citizens from accessing out-of-province gambling websites. Fast-forwarding to just this past week, a preliminary opinion from the CRTC stated that Quebec cannot force Internet companies to block access to certain websites.
IIS has chosen CIRA as a technical and business partner - read the blog.
As many of you know, CIRA’s interests in the Canadian Internet extend beyond the .CA domain alone.
Hockey, bilingualism, maple syrup, snow – all generally accepted as part of the Canadian experience.
It seems that everyone is talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) lately.
The skills Canadian kids will need to succeed in the 21st