Most domain disputes in Canada revolve around .ca ccTLDs, which are usually resolved via CDRP arbitration and may be appealed to the Superior Court in the Registrant’s province.
Occasionally a .ca dispute has been brought in the Federal Court, but this procedure may be found to be invalid given the Supreme Court of Canada’s 2016 decision in City of Windsor v. Canadian Transit Company. Stay tuned for a challenge to the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision over michaels.ca.
.ca is the ccTLD for Canada. Google.ca ranks .ca websites in Canada on par with .com websites, with a similar keyword, content, and back link level.