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Why haven’t you got a .CA, eh?

Why Choose a .CA Domain?

First created in 1988, a .ca domain is trustworthy, and ideal for citizens and businesses looking to build an online presence in Canada. Has your .com already been taken? You’re more likely to get the domain of your dreams with a .ca instead. Get a cheap .ca domain registration now.

Is a .CA Right for Me?

You need a .ca domain extension if you want to attract a Canadian audience. Choose Namecheap as your .ca registrar today. If you want to share daredevil snowboarding videos, display your collection of maple syrup bottles or sell antique ice hockey skates, why not register a .ca?

A .CA screams ‘O Canada’

Create a beautiful website using a .ca country code top-level domain (ccTLD) that visitors will love. After all, Canada has some of the best scenery around - you’re bound to feel inspired. Plus, a .ca domain extension is short, which makes it easy to remember.

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Frequently asked questions

  • For how many years can I buy .ca domains?

    You can register a .ca domain for 1-10 years. If you’re looking for a brand new web URL for your brand, you’ve come to the right place.

  • What country is a .ca for? Is .ca a ccTLD?

    What is a .ca domain name? A .ca is associated with the country of Canada and yes, it is a country code top-level domain (ccTLD).

  • Can anyone register a .ca? Do I need to reside in Canada to register .ca domain?

    Yes, anyone can register and buy a .ca TLD and no, you do not need to reside in Canada. However, you do need to meet the .ca Canadian Presence Requirements

    Wondering how to get a .ca domain name? To purchase, use the domain name search tool above to find your dream domain. If you are happy with the price, checkout, and start enjoying your own piece of the internet.

  • What are some tips for successful .ca registration?

    Here are some quick tips on buying a .ca TLD extension.

    If you are an individual, your first and last names should be actual names, rather than generic words like ‘Domain Administrator’.

    The province name should be abbreviated, for example BC instead of British Columbia.

    For more tips, please see our Knowledgebase article .ca domain registration requirements.

  • How can I change contact details for my .ca domain?

    You can change the contact details for your domain directly via your Namecheap account.

    If your registrant type is Corporation, leave the Organization and Job Title fields empty for at least the Registrant contact section. Please be aware that your Organization name must have a valid name.

  • What happens to my .ca domain if I accidentally let it expire?

    When it expires, your website and mail service will stop functioning, and no changes can be made. However, you have a period of about 30 days at Namecheap after the actual expiration date during which you can still renew at the regular rate. Here’s all the information you need.

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