You may transfer a domain name in one of the following ways:
Before beginning a registrar transfer, you must unlock the domain and obtain the authorization code (also called "EPP Code" or "Auth-Info") from your current domain service provider.
Once you submit a registrar transfer order to us, we will send the registrar transfer request to the registry.
To make this change, visit the "My Domains" section, click the domain name directly, and then click "Edit Domain Contact Information". Update the registrant details as needed. You can apply this update to multiple domains at once.
Please note the registrant also known as "Registered Name Holder" is the entity listed in the registrant field and is the legal "owner" of the domain name. As a Register.ca account holder, you are acting on behalf of the registrant (if different than you). You must obtain clear permission from the existing registrant prior to making such changes.
You can move your webhosting services to a new provider by updating the domain name servers (DNS). To do so, visit the "My Domains" section, click the domain you want to manage, and then click DNS Information. Enter the new DNS information as per instructions given by your new host. This will point your domain to the new host. Alternatively you may use "Advanced DNS Manager" to point the domain to the new host by creating the corresponding DNS records.
You can move the domain to a different Register.ca account holder. To do so, visit the "My Domains" section, click the domain that you wish to move, and then click "Move This Domain To Another Profile" and follow the instructions. Once completed, the domain will only be available to be managed in the new account.