The DXpedition has made it to Amsterdam Island. For more information go to
In your ARES planning have you reviewed the five pillars of emergency management to see how you plans fit in ? The five pillars are Continue reading “ARES & EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMPONENTS..”
As part of their 100th Anniversary W1AW is moving around the US. The station is currently located in New York and Olalhoma. This is all part of the Centennial QSO Party. For more information go to
For all the information on the 60m frequency allocation issued by Industry Canada go to
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If you are interested in a dynamic page with the most up to date information on propagation go to http://dx.qsl.net/propagation/
If you haven’t been paying attention to being prepared for an emergency maybe this will get you to rethink your positon. Yet more information about why we need to have emergency plans in place and why we need to be prepared
Tim Jones of North Shore Rescue lost his life yesterday. Cause of death was cardiac arrest. He was not involved in a search or rescue at the time of his death.
Having had the honour of working with Tim I can say his loss will be deeply felt by his family, friends, and the entire Province of British Columbia. He worked non stop to make the backwoods of BC a safer place, not only for those who use the woods, but those involved in Search and Rescue. He was always concerned about communications during searches and was a good friend of amateur radio.
Tim, you will be missed.
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ARRL Elections this weekend saw the President returned to office. For more information go to
Two BC Hams are part of the Amsterdam Island DXpedition. Neil King, VA7DX and Steve Wright,VE7CT are part of a group of 14. If you would like to learn more go to
For updated information on the QSL cards from the Sable Island DXpedition go to