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Domain Privacy for .CA Domains

Due to .CA requirements and limitations, changes to privacy settings must be made by our domain support staff.

If you wish to make changes to your .CA domain privacy options, please contact support via phone at 888-401-4678 or open a chat.

.CA domains are locked for 60 days when a 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.

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