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Anything .ca goes in this topic except selling of a domain, for that please support the board and use the correct forum.

I am a collector of positive one word .ca domains.

My most recent acquisition last week was holidays(dot)ca

Today I finalized the acquisition of flirt(dot)ca

They fit in perfectly with some of my other one word .ca domains.
 
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I like a lot of the .ca but it's only for Canadians?
 

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Yup, a ccTLD exclusive to Canada

The cost of acquisition for one words are reasonable compared to .com's.
The highest I paid for a one word .ca was 25k

As of late though the market has softened quite a bit and I am buying for 1-2k

I was averaging 5k a few years back but I am mostly hunting the bargains right now.
 

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The problem is that due to the nexus requirements most of the world is excluded. This is why they can't command too high a price. I would love to speculate on them, as I'm sure many people would, but the barrier to entry keeps them niche.
 

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And it doesn’t look like they have any intention of opening it up to “no restrictions”
If they did the market would get a significant boost from names going to california based buyers.
 

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That's the whole point of .ca guys

They will never trade at .com values but that is ok, there is money to be made there and keeping a ccTLD exclusive to the Country it belongs to is a good thing.
 

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I think it’s important to keep .ca Canadian. When I see a website and it’s .ca, I know they either have a Canadian presence or are Canadian.
 

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I totally agree that we should keep it Canadian. I agree with nafti...I like that it generally denotes Canadian or Canadian presence.
 

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I think they should have used NameIt.ca :rolleyes::rolleyes::D:D;)

But seriously I am happy to see them being proactive...thanks for the catch
 

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I do not see a post about it and I apologize if I missed it but I would like to congratulate @MapleDots on being a staff member/moderator here. What an amazing choice it is. He is my neighbour (well about 45 minutes away). I have done dealings with him on a few occasions. An outstanding guy all around! Congratulations!!!
 
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