The Internet has become an integral piece of the social and economic fabric of Canada. It belongs to all of us, and affects all aspect of the lives of Canadians.
As digital citizens, we have digital responsibilities – responsibilities to get informed and get involved with how the Internet develops. The Canadian Internet Forum (CIF) provides Canadians with an opportunity to have our voice heard about how we want to see it develop.
The CIF is a national discussion about Canada’s Internet future hosted by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) – the member-driven organization that manages .CA and facilitates the development of a better Internet for all Canadians. It consists of in-person meetings, a national event that brings together Canada’s Internet leaders and a year-round discussion in social media on topics of interest to Canadians, including:
Our free monthly CIF newsletter is a great way to stay informed on Internet governance issues from a uniquely Canadian point of view. Subscribe today!
The CIF is a great opportunity for you to support the advancement of the Internet in Canada and exercise your digital rights and interests online both nationally and internationally. Ready to join the conversation?
You can find discussions on:
All Canadians are encouraged to participate and have their voice heard – get involved today!
The CIF reflects Canadians’ attitudes and opinions on Internet governance, digital literacy and cyber-security. The knowledge collected through the CIF is shared through a variety of media, presented to the United Nations - coordinated Internet Governance Forum, and CIRA encourages policy-makers, researchers and the business community to use it in their work.
CIRA partnered with CENTR on a paper about the International Telecommunication Union and country code top-level domains. Read it here.
View more CIRA white papers here.
From time-to-time, CIRA solicits papers from interested Canadian Internet stakeholders.
If you or your organization would like to contribute to the conversation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.