Insight into Canada's Internet
The .CA team ranks among Canada’s top small and medium sized employers in new data from Aon Best Employers
High-performance team located in the national capital continues to attract top tech talent
Canada’s charities are missing the opportunity of mobile: only one third have mobile-friendly websites
New report from .CA and Framework highlights technology opportunities in the non-profit sector
Consumers Council of Canada warns Canadian businesses and consumers both face risk from poorly understood terms and conditions statements
New report funded by the .CA Community Investment Program recommends taking practical steps to clarify privacy and T&C statements, to bolster consumer confidence
Toronto, ON – October 28, 2015 – A new report released today by the Consumers Council of Canada cautions that overly complex privacy and terms & conditions statements can put Canadian consumers and businesses at significant legal risk and undermine the trust between customers and online businesses.
The Peterborough County-City Health Unit protects patient data and online services with new cybersecurity solution from .CA
Secondary Anycast DNS solution helps protect network from DDoS attacks and improves performance of web applications and services
.CA D-Zone Anycast DNS adds protection for online donation engine during critical campaign periods
Ottawa, ON – October 6, 2015 – United Way Centraide Canada (UWCC) has adopted the .CA D-Zone Anycast DNS through an in-kind donation from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to expand protection from DDoS attacks and improve performance for Canadian web users.
With the adoption of CIRA’s D-Zone Anycast DNS, the University of Saskatchewan has reinforced its Internet infrastructure, adding resiliency and enhanced performance to its campus network and public-facing Internet applications.
Election runs online from September 16-23
Ottawa, September 16, 2015 – Members of the .CA community will begin casting their votes today for candidates in the Canadian Internet Registration Authority's (CIRA) 2015 Board of Directors Election. The vote period starts today at 3 p.m. ET and ends at 3 p.m. ET on September 23, 2015.
CBC Dragon, investor and business expert Michael Hyatt and digital marketing visionary Mitch Joel to address annual meeting of the Canadian Internet Community
Vancouver, BC – September 14, 2015 – Canadians Connected 2015, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority’s (CIRA) symposium and annual general meeting brings together leaders from Canada’s Internet community to address opportunities for Canada’s digital economy.
The City of Hamilton has adopted .CA D-Zone Anycast DNS from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) as part of its plan to create a robust and reliable IT network.
EasyDNS, provider of mission-critical DNS and domain portfolio management, has added .CA D-Zone Anycast DNS from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to its offering of secondary domain name services.
Canadian Internet Registration Authority annual general meeting now open for registration
Ottawa – August 5, 2015 – Canadians Connected 2015 is an opportunity for Canada’s Internet community to learn from some of Canada’s top digital thinkers and gain insight on CIRA’s latest initiatives to advance the Internet in Canada.
The Ontario Research and Innovation Optical Network (ORION) is pleased to partner with the Canadian Internet Registry Authority (CIRA) to provide its D-Zone Anycast DNS solution to ORION’s connected institutions.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority’s (CIRA) nomination committee is seeking dynamic individuals with an interest in advancing the Internet in Canada to join its board of directors.
The growing success of .nyc, .london, .berlin and other global municipal domains should serve as motivation for Canadian municipalities to follow-suit .
Open Effect receives funding from .CA Community Investment Program to hold companies and governments accountable for how they store personal data
With funding from the .CA Community Investment Program, Open Effect, a Toronto-based privacy not-for-profit group, is building an application that will support the process of creating requests for this information and help educate Canadians on how they can gain control over their personal data.