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      a division of Burmac Business Systems Ltd

Burmac was incorporated in 1977 and has offered more than 30 continuous years of service to the business community from developing custom commercial computer applications to the current registration and hosting of all domain names. We have been a CIRA certified registrar since 2001.

April 22, 2019, 2:53 am

Before emailing for assistance you may find the following guides helpful.

Create a Client Account
Create a new Contact
Transfer a Domain from another Registrar
Transfer all TBR domains for all Sponsors
Add a Hosting Service

NOTE: We have a number of inquiries about domains that do not have contact information. We do not have any control over these domains. We are a CIRA certified registrar acting on behalf of our clients. These domains are registered by individuals and subject to the CIRA Privacy Policy. In this type of scenario you can use CIRA's Interested Party Contact form to send a message through to the Administrative Contact. We hope you find this helpful and time saving.

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Latest News

  • 2,834,249

    April 22, 2019

    As of today CIRA has 2,834,249 registered domains!

  • TBR

    April 10, 2019

    Further to the Registrar advisory earlier today, CIRA has determined there were issues during today’s TBR session which prevented registrars from registering domain names. Upon being notified, CIRA made the decision to end the session early in order to investigate and prevent further issues.

    Today’s issue stems from a divergence between CIRA’s registration policy, and practices that were accepted in the Fury registry system. CIRA’s policy has always required that registrations contain both a registrant contact and an admin contact. Since the transition to Fury and until the afternoon of Monday, April 8, the .CA registration system was not requiring an admin contact when, per CIRA policy, it is mandatory.

    On Monday afternoon, CIRA fixed the configuration to require that all domain registrations include both a registrant and an admin contact, as per CIRA policy. This change applied both to regular and TBR registrations. Unfortunately, we did not advise registrars of this fix. As a result, CREATES that did not include an admin contact were rejected by the system during today’s TBR session.

    Due to this issue, CIRA has cancelled the results of today’s TBR session. Domain names that were originally on today’s list will be added to next week’s TBR session including those acquired outside/after the TBR session closed. We will be manually refunding all successful registrations to registrars.

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