You go to a registrar site not a hosting site. Someone like baremetal dot com a canadian registrar. You register the .ca and "forward" all the email to your actual email account. This is provided with the .ca registration and can be as little as 10-20/year. If you are seeing 10/month then you are looking at hosting accounts and you don't need that!
I don't have any interest in that registrar but they provide forwarding so I've named them.
You can also use your ISP's web hosting space they give you such as www,isp.yourname and point abc.ca to it, so it looks like you have a hosting service custom. Hope that ids not confusing(perhaps another topic).
You can also host a .ca and have email accounts for as little as $20US/yr. Works for me with several non-profits and me personally.
See how slams dot ca works and judge for yourself if $20US/year is a good deal. You can actually have upt to 5 .ca's hosted for that price.
SORRY ABOUT THE DOUBLE!!??
Last edited by dennism3; 2009-09-23 at 03:28 AM.
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