78% of Canadians report that workers would be more productive if they had additional Internet and technology skills, according to new poll
.CA Community Investment Program marks launch of 2015 funding program with collaborative research study with Ipsos on Canadian attitudes on digital technology and skill
In a new report, funded in part by .CA, Media Smarts calls for a child-centred approach to media literacy to help deal with cyberbullying, sexting and other online threats.
September 4, 2008
Tech Journalist Amber MacArthur to Speak at the 2008 CIRA Annual General Meeting in Vancouver, BC
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CIRA Celebrates 10 Years of Managing the .CA Registry
Ottawa, December 10, 2010 – This month, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) celebrates 10 years of managing the registry for the .CA top-level domain.
CIRA working with international partners to counter Conficker C
Ottawa, March 24, 2009 – The Canadian Internet Registration Authority, the non-profit organization responsible for operating the dot-ca Internet domain, today announced it is taking prudent steps to counter possible misuse of the dot-ca domain by the Conficker C worm.
June 11, 2008
Canadian Internet Registration Authority ends free-for-all over personal information
Ottawa, November 10, 2011 – According to a report from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), 40 per cent of Canadians cannot identify a challenge to the success of the Internet in Canada.
Vancouver Community Network launches street messaging system September
VANCOUVER, B.C. – September 3, 2014 – This past June, seven people overdosed in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside from an apparent “bad batch” of heroin, prompting local police and public officials to issue a warning to local service agencies and media outlets.
When these toxic batches of drugs enter a market like Vancouver, the results are tragic, and in many cases preventable with quick medical attention.
Ottawa, April 20, 2012 - The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), in collaboration with Public Safety Canada and the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), has developed an online DNS Checker to screen users’ computers for the DNSChanger malware.