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[RAC-Bulletin] Distracted Driving in Canada: An Update PDF Print E-mail
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Distracted driving regulations continue to be an area of interest for many Canadian Radio Amateurs. These regulations are made and enforced by provincial governments and can vary considerably from province to province and over time. Radio Amateurs of Canada has prepared a list of links to current regulations in all provinces that have established them. They can be found at: http://wp.rac.ca/distracted-driving-regulations-update/
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150th Anniversary of Canada's Confederation PDF Print E-mail
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At the Dayton Hamvention, Radio Amateurs of Canada announced that it has secured permission for all Canadian Radio Amateurs to use special call sign prefixes to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 May 2016 16:01
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Ham Radio Saves the Day Again – Yukon Canada PDF Print E-mail
Written by Steven Leblanc   

Ham Radio Saves the Day Again – Yukon Canada

| 2014/09/23

Ham Radio Saves the Day Again – Yukon Canada

Last Sunday September 21, 2014, at approx. 21:00hrs PST,  VY1MAP (Terry Hauff) called on the local 2 meter repeater -146.880- looking for VY1RF (Ray Fugard)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 16:04
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LCARC preparation for Field Day PDF Print E-mail
Written by VE9MY   

LCARC has decided to participate in Field Day this year. Unfortunately it also happens on the same weekend as the Rona Bike Tour which the Club has been providing communication service to for many years. Steve, VE9XMQ is again organizing the Bike Tour and has a crew to support that event. We have a group of Club members who are available for field day, so the group has decided to get-together and have some fun, discuss HF and make some contacts. Plans are in the initial stages at this point. Field Day weekend is June 25-26th. Please contact Steve if you are able to help with the Bike Tour or Len, VE9MY if you are interested in coming out to Field Day. More information will be posted as plans progress.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 April 2016 09:56
 
RAC proposal accepted by Industry Canada PDF Print E-mail
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Radio Amateurs of Canada is pleased to pass on the news that the CPC (the IC consultative committee that IC uses to determine its position on WRC matters) has accepted the RAC proposal on WRC 15 Agenda Item 1.4 (to establish a 60m allocation for amateurs on secondary basis).  This proposal will be tabled at the CITEL (ITU R2 countries minus Cuba) meetings in Merida, Mexico next month to be considered as the CITEL position going in to WRC15. In short it proposes two 25 KHz band segments for amateurs:  5 330 - 5 355 kHz and 5 405 - 5 430 kHz.  Amateur access would be on a non-interfering, listen before transmit (secondary) basis, a standard operating approach already in force for several other amateur allocations (e.g. 440MHz).
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Repeater Info

Callsign: VE9SJN
Frequency: 147.270+
PL Tone: 100.0 Hz
Location: Millidgeville
IRLP Node: 2009
Echo Link Node: 285237

Frequency
: 145.490- (MotoTrbo)
DMR-MARC ID: 302903
Color Code: 1

 

 

Callsign: VE9SJW
VHF Frequency: 146.895-
UHF Frequency: 443.600+
Packet: 145.010
Location: Spruce Lake (West)

 

Callsign: VE9HPN
Frequency: 145.130-
Location: Dickie Mountain (Hampton)

 

APRS: VE9GFI-3
Frequency: 144.390

 

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