.CA Members can show their support for one of the 25 Member nominees in the Canadian Internet Registration Authority's (CIRA) 2015 Board of Directors election.
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
CIRA’s nomination committee selects candidates for the 2015 board of directors’ election; .CA member applications open July 29
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.
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.
With support from .CA, Internet technology drives transformation in Canada’s not-for-profit community
Today the .CA Community Investment Program announced over $1 million in funding for 25 Canadian not-for-profit organizations working on the cutting-edge of Internet issues and services. This fund, generated from the registration of .CA domains, supports Canada’s Internet community with funding for research, infrastructure, online services or digital literacy projects.
With a new grant from the .CA Community Investment Program, the Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group is working to ensure that Canadian communities can coordinate their transition to next-generation 9-1-1 services and deploy solutions that can work across the country to potentially take advantage of photo and video sharing and other mobile applications.