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Canada's Leading Dot-CA Domain Registrar Announces weekly Domain Name News newsletter

Vancouver, BC, Aug 23, 2001 - launches Domain News; a free weekly online newsletter compiled by John Demco with links to relevant events in the domain name industry.

"I regularly review a variety of news sources online to keep current with what is happening in the domain name industry. Domain News provides an opportunity for me to share my findings" says John Demco.

"I am very pleased to be able to offer our existing and prospective customers a valuable resource like Domain News. Many of our customers are managers of IT departments in medium to large companies and want to be kept up to date with what is unfolding in the domain name industry. Domain News is also a great resource for investors who are interested in the domain name industry." says Stephen Smith, President.

John Demco conceived and administered the .CA registry from 1987 to December 2000. He has served on the Boards of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) and of the BCNET Networking Society (BCNET). He is Manager of Computing Facilities at the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia.

To subscribe to Domain News, visit and enter your email address in the Domain News subscription box.

About Inc. Inc. ( began operation in June of 2000 as a direct spin-off of CDNnet (the original .CA Registry). An experienced team at the University of British Columbia heads including John Demco, voted to the board of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority. support team is well versed in all procedures surrounding domain name registrations and management. Offering a full range of services to compliment the registration process including Domain Forwarding, Email Forwarding, Domain Parking, and a comprehensive Affiliate program, strives to secure Internet identities.

For further information:

Steve Smith
President and CEO
Tel: 1.866.221.7878

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