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Why is my .CA domain locked?
.CA domains are locked for 60 days when any change is made to the Registrant record.
This 60-day lock is required by the CIRA (Canadian Internet Registration Authority) per section 6.2 of their registration rules. Unfortunately, it is not something we can circumvent.
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