I wasn't aware that Canada, or any of the other countries in
INGSOC "the circle of eyes," should be any safer for domain registration. They all seem to dance to the tune of US cyber policy. And the UK has already wandered a lot further down the path of e-tyranny than the US has. (So far.)
I'd still feel more comfortable with a Canadian domain registrar.
Worth noting- even if you are on a non-US registrar, the big .com .net .org etc TLDs are still managed by US-owned Verisign, and through that route they can simply seize your domain name if you offend.
You need to go to one of the less common TLDs for your domain name with a non-US and prefferably Asian or middle eastern owned domain registration agency in order to avoid American bullying practices when it comes to domain and site seizures.
It's a .me
domain, so... Montenegro. I'm not sure if it makes much of a difference though.
But really, the best DNS system out there that I'm aware of is .bit, i.e. Namecoin. While I don't have any .bit domains with live sites, I've been running a full Namecoin node for a long time, which helps support the network.
They didn't seize the domain name (cynic.me), but there's not much that I would put past them. Hence, I just want to get it as far away from any US jurisdiction as possible.