Congratulations to everyone who made Team Canada such a winning group at the Olympics. Each of you deserve a medal. Great effort, great work. Thank you
For an interesting article on the history of amateur radio go to
As with all weather warnings posted on this site please check your local weather forecast. Snow is now expected over all regions of Vancouver Island
One of the new directors has managed the latest changes to RAC policy with respect to minutes of meetings. A move toward transparency.
The url below will take you a report of a tower accident that had some serious results
Industry Canada approved access by Canadian radio amateurs to the Low Frequency (LF) band 135.7 -137.8 kHz, subject to certain conditions in late 2009. This was a direct result of implementing changes from the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) 2007, which added Continue reading “RBR-4 Confirms Access to 137 Khz.”
On February 5th, Industry Canada’s Minister made an announcement bearing the title “Harper Government Making Changes to Cell Tower Placement Rules”.
Industry Canada’s current governing document is CPC-2-0-03. A notice has been posted stating that changes to the document will be made subsequent yesterday’s announcement. Rest assured RAC will convey to IC in the strongest of terms Continue reading “RAC Bulletin 2014-002 – Industry Canada’s Antenna Tower Siting Policy.”
The Bulgarian Hams now have access to additional frequencies. To see all the changes go to
The RAC Mid-West Director would like to thank Bill Boskwick, VE4BOZ for accepting the position of Deputy Director for the Mid-West region of Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) Continue reading “Deputy Director – Mid-West region..”
W1AW will be moving to Michigan and Florida on Feb 19th 2014. This is all part of the Centennial QSO PARTY for more information go to