All copies of QST have now been sent, however weather has caused some delays. For more information go to
Hello everyone near and far,
BCQP 2014 is coming up this weekend: 1600z Feb 1 to 0400z Feb 2.
BC stations give RS(T) + federal electoral district
Out-of-BC stations give RS(T) + province/state/DX
BC stations, you can contact anyone anywhere. Q potential is huge,
especially if you CQ. Stations outside BC, you are on a treasure hunt
to find as many BC stations as you can.
Regardless of where you are, the rewards for getting on the air are as
varied as your locations, and the Qs you make may be ones that create
memorable moments for radio amateurs new to our hobby.
Tangible Rewards Continue reading “*BC QSO Party 2014*.”
The Burnaby Amateur Radio Club has announced the date of their annual swap meet. It will be held in Queensborough BC on February 23rd. For more information go to
The DXpedition is moving along. They expect to be on the air Jan 25th 2014. For more information go to
If you are interested in amateur radio satellites this may be a good site to have a look at
Industry Canada has announced that a number of specific frequencies
within the 60 metre high frequency band have been approved for amateur
A total of five specific frequencies within the 5 MHZ band have been
allocated, Continue reading “RAC Bulletin 2014-001E – Radio Amateurs of Canada applauds 60 metre band frequency* allocations*..”
This Sunday, Jan 26 2014, VK stations may used the prefix AX to celebrate Australia Day. For more information go to http://www.arrl.org/news/view/ax-for-australia-day
The Society for the Preservation of Amateur Radio will hold their annual contest this weekend, Jan 25th 2014. For all the information on rules, times etc go to
The CQ World Wide 160 M contest with be held this weekend, Jan 26th 2014. For more information on times, rules etc go to
The url noted will give you information of the Celebration of Life of Tim Jones this Saturday, Jan 25 2014, starting with a parade at 10 am. Tim’s loss is an example of a man whose passion in life was helping others and it was only after his death that many learned of just how much he gave to North Shore Rescue, other ground search and rescue teams, emergency services and the Province of British Columbia.
I consider myself to be one of the lucky ones who worked with Tim. I saw his dedication and passion first hand. He quietly ( and sometimes not so quietly !) taught a lot of us many different things. I am forever thankful for the experience.
Tim, you will be missed.