Montréal, QC – August 3, 2016 – Researchers at McGill University have developed an innovative technology so Canadians living with vision loss can better navigate the world around them.
After successfully testing its Autour application in Montréal, and with funding from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority’s Community Investment Program, the McGill team has launched an expanded version of the app to include cities across Canada.
CIRA’s nomination committee selects candidates for the 2016 board of directors’ election; CIRA member applications open July 28
Ottawa, ON – July 21, 2016 – The Canadian Internet Registration Authority's (CIRA) nomination committee has selected six candidates from across Canada with a broad mix of experience and qualifications necessary for the management of the .CA domain. To view the list of nomination committee candidates, visit https://cira.ca/election-results.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre protects network from cyberattacks with new DNS solution from CIRA
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre has deployed the CIRA D-Zone Anycast DNS solution, adding additional performance and security to the hospital’s mission-critical Internet infrastructure.
Toronto, ON – June 29, 2016 – The power of Internet of things technology colliding with the energy of youth has created some amazing results in two Toronto schools in recent months. And, if Andy Forest has his way, classrooms across Canada will never be the same again.
Deal extends CIRA’s DNS to .SE and .NU users
Online privacy tool Access My Info now empowers Canadians to learn how dating and fitness apps use their data
A revamped online tool called Access My Info is launching today and will help Canadians ask these questions directly of the companies they do business with, with the power of the law behind them.
Domain lock, available now from CIRA, allows CIRA’s D-Zone customers to quickly turn on advanced domain protection
CIRA’s Community Investment Program supports EcoEquitable’s efforts to empower female entrepreneurs
CIRA supports Internet-enabled projects from Canada’s non-profit community
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.