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Why a Canadian .ca Domain Name ?

.ca domain .CA Domain Registration (.ca):

Global Top Level domain names of the like .com / .net / .org are well establisged on the internet and are the most common to be seen, But we at BB Online regularly point out the benefits of other domain types wether ccTld (coutnry code top level domains) or NewGtlds (new global top level domains) for either personal or business use.

Make the Correct Choice

Thousands of domain types are now available creating not only confusion but o pertunities as well. A Canadian .ca domains will reinforce your presence in Canada and encourage local businesses to purchase from you rather than a competitor, But why stop here, there are m any markets in this global economy all with their own local domain name. Search for your perfect name, avoid long winded names, create a short snappy rememberable name with our availability checker.

Establish Customer Base on a Global Base

Creating a Canada domain will not only help you establish a customer base locally but will also help establush a global customer base. Businesses like to do business locally, a domain name which establishes its local credentials or places itself within the correct industry will convey an element of trust and therefore increase trade. For exmaple if a business within Canada sees a domain with .ca, they are much more likely to trust the company and trade with the company. In addition to this it will boost the SEO page ranks in search engines which are country / industry specific.

.ca Registration:

To register your Canadian .ca domain name, click here!

.ca Canadian Restrictions: Currently, There are Canadian presence requirements for registrants of .CA domains. You must be a Canadian company, a Canadian resident or hold a Canadian trademark.

NB: Please do not type "www" or the Canadian name suffix, eg. ".ca", Therefore if interested in "www.bb-online.ca" type "bb-online" only.

Also do remember Canadian names must only contain the following characters: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, Spaces are NOT ALLOWED.

Canadian .ca Domain Prices

Prices in Australian Dollars (AUD) British Pounds (GBP) Danish Krone (DKK) Euros (EUR) New Zealand Dollars (NZD) South African Rand (ZAR) Swedish Krona (SEK) US Dollars (USD)
.ca .ca domain
There are Canadian presence requirements for registrants of .CA domains. You must be a Canadian company, a Canadian resident or hold a Canadian trademark.
1 year$ 60.20kr 311€ 41.70£ 33.60$ 66.30kr 378$ 49.00R 788.90
2 years$ 117.50kr 606€ 81.30£ 65.60$ 129.30kr 737$ 95.60R 1539.20
3 years$ 176.20kr 909€ 121.90£ 98.40$ 193.90kr 1105$ 143.40R 2308.80
4 years$ 234.90kr 1212€ 162.50£ 131.10$ 258.50kr 1473$ 191.20R 3078.40
5 years$ 293.40kr 1515€ 203.00£ 163.80$ 323.00kr 1841$ 238.90R 3846.30
10 years$ 586.80kr 3029€ 405.90£ 327.60$ 645.90kr 3681$ 477.80R 7692.60
Time to register:24 hrs*
* Actual time to register may vary
.ab.ca - Canada .ca domain
Residents within Alberta
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.bc.ca - Canada .ca domain
Residents within British Columbia
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.mb.ca - Canada .ca domain
mb.ca - Manitoba The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.nb.ca - Canada .ca domain
For New Brunswick residents.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.nf.ca - Canada .ca domain
.nf.ca - Newfoundland (replaced by .nl.ca) The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.nl.ca - Canada .ca domain
.nl.ca - Newfoundland and Labrador The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.ns.ca - Canada .ca domain
.ns.ca - Nova Scotia The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.nt.ca - Canada .ca domain
.nt.ca - Northwest Territories The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.nu.ca - Canada .ca domain
.nu.ca Nunavut The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.on.ca - Canada .ca domain
.on.ca Ontario The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.pe.ca - Canada .ca domain
.pe.ca Prince Edward Island The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.qc.ca - Canada .ca domain
.qc.ca Quebec The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.sk.ca - Canada .ca domain
.sk.ca Saskatchewan The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.
.yk.ca - Canada .ca domain
.yk.ca Yukon The Canadian registry operations once favoured fourth-level names (such as city.toronto.on.ca) for purely local entities or third-level names for entities operating solely within one province. Federally incorporated companies could have a .ca domain, while provincially incorporated companies required the letters of their province, like .mb.ca. Only an entity with presence in two or more provinces was typically registered directly under .ca; this complex structure (and the long delays in getting .ca registration) caused many Canadian entities to favour the .com, .org and .net registrations, despite the then-higher cost.
Registration:Not available.
Renewal:Not available.

As soon as your Canadian .yk.ca domain is registered we place it on our international servers, we will provide you with an under-construction page for your .yk.ca.

it also comes with ....

  1. Web Forwarding - Cost: FREE.
  2. Email Forwarding - Cost: FREE.

  3. Identity Protection (Where possible) - Cost: FREE.

  4. Transfer away - Cost: FREE. If we don't meet your expectations, or you just prefer to use another company. You will not find any un-expected hidden release or administration charges. No the Canadian domain name is yours to move as you see fit.

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Canadian .yk.ca Terms & Conditions

Canadian Internet Registration Authority runs the Canadian domain registry. They are the sole source of Canadian domains.

Canadian domain names are intended for Entities connected with Canada.

Provincially-registered companies originally had to register at third level under province code, but now anybody may register at second level.

Canadian Domain names are registered subject to our terms and conditions and the Canadian registry terms and conditions for Canadian domains.

Canadian .yk.ca Whois Information (.ca)

Who is responsible for the ca domain name.
Whois Information.

Canadian .yk.ca Basic Information (.ca)

Information on the source of the domain Canada.

Canadian .yk.ca Fact Sheet (.ca BB Online 101)

Details on how we manage Canadian domains.