Harry McGrath, the chair and head of engagement and global outreach at dotScot Registry, fondly recalls his Canadian roots. But he believes that “the .scot domain has the power to overcome distance.”
Having lived in Nova Scotia for 25 years, Harry is looking to the maritime province to rekindle interest in their Scottish roots and is certain that the .scot domain can help. Individuals and organizations alike are able to make use of .scot domains, and McGrath sees plenty of potential in Nova Scotia and across Canada.
“Canada is rich in Scottish cultural organisations that we would love to see using .scot including St. Andrews and Caledonian Societies, Burns clubs and organisations set up to promote and practice Highland games, piping, Highland dancing, Scottish country dance and so on.”