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Registering .ca domains

To register a .CA domain the following requirements must be met:

  • the domain is available,
  • you're eligible to register a .CA domain.

To process the registration, you must have a registrant account with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). As part of a .CA registration Robert Maxim will complete a CIRA registrant account application for you.

Who can register .CA domains?

Applicants must meet the Canadian Presence Requirements to register an auto repair website .CA domain. Only the following individuals and entities can apply to the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to register a .CA domain:

* Canadian citizens
* Permanent residents
* Legal representatives
* Corporations
* Trusts
* Partnerships
* Associations
* Trade unions
* Political parties
* Educational institutions
* Libraries, archives, or museums
* Hospitals
* Her Majesty the Queen
* Indian bands
* Aboriginal Peoples
* Governments
* Trade-mark registered in Canada
* Official marks
 

You can view a complete list and explanation for each individual or entity, as well as the CIRA Policies, Rules, and Procedures document at http://www.cira.ca/assets/Documents/Legal/Registrants/CPR.pdf

What if I become ineligible for my .ca domain registration?

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) periodically audits domains to ensure they conform to eligibility requirements. If CIRA cannot confirm your eligibility status or you become ineligible to own a .CA domain name, CIRA may request information to prove your eligibility status. You must respond to CIRA within five days, or any .CA domains associated with your registrant account are deactivated. CIRA uses the information listed in your registrant account to contact you by phone, email, and snail mail prior to cancelling your .CA domain. For more information, please see Who can register .CA domains? which can be found on this page.

PLEASE NOTE: Robert Maxim can not be held responsible for .CA domain eligibility.