33 years for .ca
wow, I think we're getting old
I was only around 4 months old when the first .COM was registered in 1985.
I sometimes wish I was born a decade earlier so that I could have gotten into domains earlier, but then again I may not have gotten into domaining any earlier, or at all, under different life circumstances. And plus the internet (and especially speed) kind of sucked for the first 10-20 years. I still remember being a kid waiting forever just for the computer to start up, then forever to connect to dial-up which tied up your home phone, only to then have super slow internet speed where it took forever just for a picture to completely load/display. I am however grateful to have experienced life a bit before the internet became what it is today, just to know the difference of what life what like before the internet took over everyone's lives.
Going further off-topic, this website is a great tool to easily calculate the exact time between dates (by every time unit, from seconds to years): https://www.timeanddate.com/date/duration.html
They also have historical weather data going back to 2009, which is kind of neat. Anyway, just thought I'd share as I use the website fairly often, especially when I need to be precise about exact time between dates.