Resources

Below you’ll find all of CIRA’s resource publications, including white papers, factsheets and other in-depth reports, arranged by newest publication first.

CIRA's strategic plans, corporate plans and annual reports are also easily accessible in our Corporate Reports section.


 

Executive Summary


In its latest report in a series about the state of the Canadian internet, the CIRA investigates the growing importance of e-commerce to Canadian retailers. CIRA's research looked at online purchasing behaviours of both internet users and small business owners.


The not-for-profit and charitable sector in Canada plays an important role in the lives of Canadians. According to Imagine Canada, the sector contributes 8.1 per cent of Canada’s overall GDP and employs two million Canadians. Not-for-profits provide essential services in many sectors, including in healthcare, education, environmental monitoring and digital inclusion.


The 2015 Canadian Internet Forum (CIF) drew more than 100 participants to discuss global Internet governance issues. The event was built around the theme 2015: A year of change for Internet governance. Read the full report to learn more.


This DNSSEC Practice Statement (“DPS”) is a statement of security practices and provisions made by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). These practices and provisions are applied in conjunction with DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) in the Canadian country-code Top Level Domain (ccTLD), .CA.


CIRA’s second annual .CA Factbook, a compendium of information about the global Internet and .CA’s place within it.


Published June 2014, this document provides the background briefing on the International Telecommunications Union (ITU)


Canadian Internet Forum 2014 Factsheet-Digital Policy Environment and Canadian Business


Summary of the 2014 Canadian Internet Forum


In its 2010 submission to Industry Canada’s Digital Economy Strategy Consultation, CIRA highlights the need to safeguard the success of the Internet by continuing to maintain security and reliability and trust in Internet transactions.

 


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