The QNI newsletter is devoted to promoting emergency communications preparedness. This newsletter has some historical information as well as information as to why they will not be at the Dayton Hamvention.
The Richmond Amateur Radio Club will hold a swap meet and display of their EMCOMM vehicle on April 7th 2018. This is NOT an all day event. For more information go to
Wishing you a Happy Easter. Enjoy the weekend with family and friends. Who knows there may be some time for some radio .
The amateur radio community has once again come to the aid of hard it areas. To learn more go to
The ARRL will emphasize Public Service Communications at this years Dayton Hamvention. To see all the forums at this years Hamvention visit their site. There address is at the end of the ARRL Letter article
The Comox Valley Amateur Radio Club Swap Meet will be held in Courtenay on April 1 2018. For more information go to
On Wednesday, March 21 at 1:55PM, Emergency Management BC will conduct a test of the BC Emergency Alerting System. This is part of a Canada-wide system – Alert Ready – that allows government officials to issue public safety alerts through major television and radio broadcasters. This system will only be used during large-scale disasters or emergencies where loss of life is imminent and possible.
An 80 year old ham had an “event” near the top of his tower. All ended well after the fire department attended.
The article noted below will give you information about a predicted solar storm for March 14 2018
A website that acts as a swap meet for radio equipment. Interesting