CIRA's Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy offers guidelines to arbitrate disputes over .CA domain names.
The resolution of disputes under the CIRA Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy are governed by these rules.
The Code is intended to govern the conduct of Directors of the Corporation. It also sets out guidelines for avoiding and disclosing conflicts of interest, and guidelines regarding the prohibition of financial associations between Directors.
CIRA provides emergency after hours support to .CA Certified Registrars outside normal CIRA business hours, specifically from 4:30 pm to 8:30 am, Eastern Time.
This policy applies to the registration, renewal, transfer, modification, suspension and deletion of .CA domain names.
Guidelines for Registrars on the minimum level of service required for Registrants and potential Registrants.
This document details the policy for .CA Membership.
Subject to any other provision herein and of the By-laws, the process for nominating Nomination Committee Candidates and Members’ Candidates and for electing Directors shall be carried out in accordance with the By-laws, this Policy and with the Election Rules.
This document outlines the legal agreement made between the Canadian Internet Registration Authority and those who register a .CA domain,