7.09MHz is the frequency in use by Philippines ham operators. Please ensure you keep the frequency clear until the emergency is over. For full details go to
The aftershocks continue in Haida Gwaii with a Magnitude 5.0 reported at 0528 UTC Dec 6th 2012. The location was 50 kmsouth west of Sandspit. This is the same area where the Magnitude 7.7 struck several weeks ago.. There is NO Tsunami warning and no reported injuries or damage. Representatives from several universities and Natural Resources Canada continue their research in the area. This is yet another reminder to be prepared. ARES units are you ready to assist if required ?
The website below lists the National HF Emergency Frequencies
Effective Friday, November 16, 2012, the previous website www.pep.bc.ca was changed to www.embc.gov.bc.ca
Do you know the difference between a Tsunami Warning and a Tsunami Advisory? The response between the two is very different. For the definition of a warning and advisory and other information go to the website noted below. While this information is useful to the general public it is very important for those involved with ARES
Surrey Emergency Plan Amateur Radio Service (SEPARS) came in #1 in BC and #2 in Canada in the 2012 Field Day Results. Congratulations to the entire team
[warning]Sandy is still dangerous as a post-tropical storm. Be aware of local evacuations and listen to the authorities.[/warning]
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From the Times Colonist
Earthquakes continue to rumble the Pacific Northwest coast Sunday, after a strong earthquake near Haida Gwaii set off tsunami warnings as far south as Victoria and Hawaii.
A 3.9-magnitude earthquake shook Los Angeles this morning around 8:24 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. A 5.1-magnitude earthquake hit 97-kilometres south of Sandspit at 9:17 a.m and a second one hit at 11:54 a.m. This time it was magnitude 6.4. There are no tsunami alerts issued.
Read more: http://www.timescolonist.com/Earthquakes+continue+rumble+West+Coast+after+quake+tsunami+warnings+Saturday/7459644/story.html#ixzz2Adjo9dCF