If you are a .ca domain holder (meaning your website address ends in .ca) you have likely entered into a legal agreement with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). There are a number of compliance obligations associated with being a .ca domain holder. For example, all .ca domain names must be registered by individuals or companies with a connection to Canada. Persons or businesses that register a .ca domain name must meet CIRA’s prescribed “Canadian Presence Requirements” and provide supporting documentation when requested by CIRA. CIRA regularly undertakes a validation process to ensure .ca domain holders are compliant. If CIRA determines that you are non-compliant and the validation process was unsuccessful, they may cancel your domain name. Unfortunately, we have seen this happen.