The West Coast Amateur Radio Association will be holding a ham course in January 2016. This course may make a nice Christmas present….. For more information go to
Looking for a Christmas present ? How about a basic radio course. The Cowichan Valley Amateur Radio Society has a course in early January 2016. For more information go to
The US Military is moving its morse code training sites. For more information go to
Tech. Sgt. Ryan N. Kilcrease’s quote:
“Morse will never fully go away as long as it remains the cheapest, most reliable way to communicate”
If you listen to the CW (a.k.a. Morse code) portions of the ham radio bands, you’ll hear that CW is still very much alive and well. It is an incredibly reliable and robust communications medium. As we CW operators say: “CW always gets through!”
October 18th, 2012
Get Ready to ShakeOut!
Join BC on October 18th, 21012 @ 10:18 and practise your earthquake safety. Get your family, friends, and co-workers to
Please visit http://www.shakeoutbc.ca/ to learn more on how to be prepared for the big one.DROP! COVER! & HOLD ON![/important]
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The emergency radio team in the Central Orkanagen has had a busy spring and will have a busy fall. The spring activities includedthe installation of D-Star in their emergency operations centre, as well as Unity 2012. Unity 2012 was a table top exercise held at the University of British Columbia- Central Okanagen. There are more plans for exercises in the fall. For a look at a very interesting and informative website go to
CECA will be holding an orientation night on April 28th at 19:00. If you are interested in learning more about amateur radio and emergency communications please come down to 1415 Wingrove Street.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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