There hasn't been a whole lot to report on for .ca since the Vancouver TRAFFIC auction saw some .ca sales, however one big sale was reported earlier this week.
Slots.ca was sold through Moniker for an amount over $200,000. The exact sale price wasn't given, nor was the buyer identified. Today the domain isn't resolving, and it looks like the domain has Whois privacy or hasn't been transferred to the new owner yet. I learned of this sale from a blog post at TheDomains.com, but haven't seen this news posted in many other places.
In other domain news, it was a nice surprise to check in to Domaining.com and learn that Frank Schilling has taken up blogging again. Today he did his first post in many years, and he gives his opinion on where domains are at now, and his thoughts on the future of domains.
It looks like he will be blogging less frequently, and he isn't taking comments on his posts, but it's still good to see him back. Keeping a daily blog going and reviewing and responding to posted comments takes a lot of work, so I'm not surprised he is scaling down.
I'm sure even one or two posts a month from Frank will be appreciated by most in the domain industry.
Frank's latest blog post can be found here: