Daylight Saving Time starts Sunday March 14 2021 at 0200. Don’t forget to turn the clock ahead on Saturday night.
The Canadian Coast in responding to an oil spill found communications difficult due to the mountain terrain in the area. To see how they solved the problem go to
If you would like to participate in a survey being conducted by the Radio Amateurs of Canada go to the site below.
The Communication Academy deals with emergency radio communications. This is the their first year as a fully on line event. More information can be found at
The Surrey Amateur Radio Club produces a bimonthly newsletter, magazine, publication or whatever you would like to call it. This edition is 112 pages of interesting stuff. To read the it go to
The Radio Amateurs of Canada have announced their annual Amateur of the Year for 2020. To learn more go to
The March/April electronic edition of TCA is now available. More information at
Hams in Florida will participate in a simulated emergency test in order to ensure they are ready in the event they are needed. To learn more about the planned event go to
Hams out west held a rally in late January. As you would expect there was snow, cold and some other interesting things in their area of operation. To read about this rally go to
An earthquake on Vancouver Island on Feb 18 2021 serves as a reminder ARES units must be ready to respond if called upon. The COVID pandemic has forced everyone to change how they maintain their readiness. What has not changed is the need to be ready.
For more information on the quake go to