Ca-Domains for anybody with Trustee

Ca-Domains: Registration made easily (PresseBox) (Koeln, ) The ca-domain is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Canada. Registrants of ca-domains must meet Canadian Presence Requirements as defined by the registry. Examples of valid entities include:
# a Canadian citizen of the age of majority,
# a permanent resident of Canada,
# a legally recognized Canadian organization,
# an Inuit, First Nation, Métis or other people indigenous to Canada,
# an Indian Band as defined in the Indian Act of Canada,
# a foreign resident of Canada that holds a registered Canadian trademark, or
# a division of the government
# Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

If you have no presence at Canada, ICANN accredited Registrar Secura provides a trustee service. The trustee registers the ca-domain and Secura confirms to you, that you are the real owner of the ca-domain. Registrants of ca-domains can either register ca-domains at the second level (e.g. or at the third level in one of the geographic second-level domains defined by the registry (e.g. example

ICANN accredit registrar Secura can register a ca-domain at once, if the domain name is available.

If your domain name is not free at .ca, you can try to register it at one of the official regional domains.

Hans-Peter Oswald


Secura GmbH
Frohnhofweg 18
D-50858 Koeln
Hans Peter Oswald


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