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.ca registrars, requirements and history
.ca is the top level domain used in Canada. This TLD was first allocated in 1988, with the first registration taking place the same year, when the University of Prince Edward Island registered a domain name under the .ca TLD.
The .ca top level domain is currently administered by CIRA, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority. CIRA does not register domains directly. Rather, those interested in a domain will need to register it through a third party registrar. A large number of domain registration services give their clients the possibility to register a .ca domain. Previously, it was possible to register a third level domain under one of the provincial second level domains (for example ,on.ca for Ontario and .qc.ca for Quebec). However, third level domain registration is no longer accepted as of October 2010.
All registrants of .ca domain names are required to meet Canadian presence requirements set forth by the CIRA. Example of entities that meet these requirements include: Canadian citizens, permanent residents, federal, provincial or local government entities, corporations, partnerships and organizations recognized by Canadian law which have at least one administrator or employee present in Canada or a foreign entity that has a trademark registered in Canada.
There are now over 1.7 million .ca domains registered. Businesses that sell to Canadians and use the Canadian Dollar as currency often register .ca domains. Canadian companies whose main line of activity involves exporting goods outside of the country or whose clients are located on a global scale usually prefer to use .com domains instead.