Is Alberta calling you??? (1 Viewing)

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So I’m not going to lie. Anytime I see a .ca domain name being advertised by someone prominent, I often think… Which domainer owned that one before and what did it sell for?

The one below is no different with the premier of Alberta constantly advertising AlbertaisCalling.ca.

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Have you sold a domain to a prominent person or group/company?

Last year, a friend of mine sold a .ca for 5 figures to the NDP so I know that they do exist.
 
Occasionally I do peek at the real estate prices in Edmonton & Calgary (I live in Toronto).

However, according to the TaxTips.ca website:

TaxTips.ca - Canada's Top Marginal Tax Rates by Province/Territory

the lowest marginal tax rates (in the highest tax bracket) for eligible dividends (that's where most of my income is from) are actually in the Northwest Territories (28.33%), Yukon (28.93%), and Saskatchewan (29.64%). Those are much lower than Ontario (39.34%) and even Alberta (34.31%).

So, perhaps it's "Hello Yellowknife!" (or Whitehorse, or Regina) one day, rather than Calgary or Edmonton.... ;)
 
So, perhaps it's "Hello Yellowknife!" (or Whitehorse, or Regina) one day, rather than Calgary or Edmonton.... ;)

I hear they actually pay you to live in Alaska ;)
 
So I’m not going to lie. Anytime I see a .ca domain name being advertised by someone prominent, I often think… Which domainer owned that one before and what did it sell for?

The one below is no different with the premier of Alberta constantly advertising AlbertaisCalling.ca.

I think this should have been posted in the three word domains:)

This unpopular, on his way out, Premier is just trying to attract modern liberal-minded voters from other provinces. Creating real economic prosperity would involve, among others, tax and business friendly environment where migration would occur organically.
 

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