Canada domains : Dot .CA turned 30 eh!

O, Canada! Dot .CA domains are now officially 30 years old, so time for Canadian domainers to rejoice. Shotgun a beer maybe? 😀 According to our domain flags list, dot .CA went live on May 14th, 1987 – becoming the 14th country to be allocated a national ccTLD. It was predated by Norway on March […]

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Domain investor’s ingenious trick to register .CA domains

If you’re not a Canadian, forget about registering a .CA domain, eh. Hundreds of domain investors to the north of America’s borders enjoy the privilege of getting hold of the .CA extension, whenever they want. Some of the biggest domain sales reported by DNJournal in 2016, have been in the .CA extension; the lucrative ccTLD […]

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Canuck ingenuity : Canadian domainers open up domain space beyond .CA

We love Canadians. Some of the top domain investors are Canucks; the land up north offers ample resources in oil, fish, hockey pucks, beavers, beer and of course domain names that end in .CA. With the domain name space expanding, there is no provision for Canadaphiles to register domain names in dot .CA, a ccTLD […]

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Canadian domainers celebrate 25th anniversary of .ca

It was 1987 when .ca – the ccTLD for Canada – was allocated by one of the godfathers of the Internet, Jon Postel. The first .ca domain was registered by the University of Prince Edward Island in January 1988. That’s right, the first Canadian domain was not sex.ca or anything generic for that matter. Happy […]

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