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ab.ca - Alberta 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.
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ca International Domain Name Registration .ca$71.50kr313€41.90£36.90$75.90kr453$43.70R855.00 $71.50kr313€41.90£36.90$75.90kr453$43.70R855.00
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
bc.ca International Domain Name Registration .bc.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
mb.ca International Domain Name Registration .mb.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
nb.ca International Domain Name Registration .nb.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
nf.ca International Domain Name Registration .nf.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
nl.ca International Domain Name Registration .nl.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
ns.ca International Domain Name Registration .ns.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
nt.ca International Domain Name Registration .nt.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
nu.ca International Domain Name Registration .nu.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
on.ca International Domain Name Registration .on.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
pe.ca International Domain Name Registration .pe.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
qc.ca International Domain Name Registration .qc.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
sk.ca International Domain Name Registration .sk.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.
yk.ca International Domain Name Registration .yk.caPrice on request Price on request
ab.ca - Alberta 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.

.ab.ca Domain Notes

Note: The registry may classify some domain names as premium domain names if so classfied they will command a higher price.

ab.ca domains include 3rd party fees and maintenance & during the registration period. If you wish to transfer your ab.ca domain away during your registration period you are free do do so without charge. We do not charge an administration fee.

.ab.ca Details

Registry: The registry is CIRA

Purpose: Entities connected with Canada

Whois Information: for .ab.ca

Once your .ab.ca domain is registered

Once registered the .ab.ca domain is placed on our international server, provinding an under-construction page for your .ab.ca domain, for as long as required. (This enables a browser of your ab.ca domain to readily identify that it is registered).

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Free transfer away if required. We do not and will not charge release / transfer or administration fees for transferring domains to a different ab.ca domain name registrars. The domain name is yours and not ours, unlike many other companies, "We recognise that fact!"

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.ab.ca Background Information

Open to Canadian citizens, Canadian companies & Canadian residents only.


Population

2008 estimate 33,460,000 (36th) - 2006 census 31,612,897 - Density 3.2/km2 (219th) 8.3/sq mi

GDP

(PPP) 2007 estimate - Total $1.269 trillion (13th) - Per capita $38,613 (12th)

National Anthem

"O Canada" Royal anthem: "God Save the Queen"

Area

Total 9,984,670 km2 (2nd) 3,854,085 sq mi - Water (%) 8.92 (891,163 kmÙ/344,080 miÙ)

International Dialling Code

1

Currency

Dollar ($) (CAD)

Population type

28% British, 23% French, 15% European, 2% Amerindian, Asian, African, Arab, 26% mixed.



Government

Federal parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy - Monarch HM Queen Elizabeth II - Governor General Michalle Jean - Prime Minister Stephen Harper Establishment - British North America Acts July 1, 1867 - Statute of Westminster December 11, 1931 - Canada Act April 17, 1982

Language

English, French Recognised regional languages Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun, Cree, Inuvialuktun, Slavey

Motto

: A Mari Usque Ad Mare (Latin) "From Sea to Sea"

Time Zone

(UTC3.5 to 8) - Summer (DST) (UTC2.5 to 7) Date formatsdd-mm-yyyy, mm-dd-yyyy, and yyyy-mm-dd (CE)
Canada is a country occupying most of northern North America, extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It is the world's second largest country by total area, and shares land borders with the United States to the south and northwest.

The land occupied by Canada was inhabited for millennia by various groups of aboriginal people. Beginning in the late 15th century, British and French expeditions explored, and later settled along, the Atlantic coast. France ceded nearly all of its colonies in North America in 1763 after the Seven Years' War. In 1867, with the union of three British North American colonies through Confederation, Canada was formed as a federal dominion of four provinces. This began an accretion of additional provinces and territories and a process of increasing autonomy from the United Kingdom, highlighted by the Statute of Westminster in 1931, and culminating in the Canada Act in 1982 which severed the vestiges of legal dependence on the British parliament.


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.ab.ca Assignment

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.ab.ca Assignment

Facts & Figures

Domain Facts & Figures : Billing Periods, Renewal details, delegation details and more. Everything you need to know about your Canada .(ab.ca) domain.

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.ab.ca Renewals

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