If you are interested in radio detection finding on ham frequencies, also know as a fox hunt the site below may be of interest.
UPDATED APRIL 29 2018
The Central Okanagan Emergency Centre is urging property owners who have previously been flooded to prepare. Those near creeks and streams are vulnerable. Properties along Okanagan Lake are not a concern at this time.
The Cariboo Regional District Emergency Operations Centre is now active and evacuation orders have been issued. To learn more go to
VECTOR has published a list of radio nets from around the Lower Mainland. This list is effective April 23 2018
We keep reading information about a large earthquake on the west coast of North America. It can’t be predicted as to when the event will occur, but you can help emergency services and yourself by being prepared. The site below has information from the US Geological Survey that should cause reflection to anyone on the west coast.
Congratulations to all who participated in the recent Basic Radio Course and the radio familiarization evening. We look forward to seeing you at the monthly meeting on April 26 2018 at the #1 Fire Hall on Fitzwilliam Street in Nanaimo. Meeting starts at 1900 hrs sharp.
A Simulated Emergency Test caught the attention of some Oregon media. To see the article go to
The Province of British Columbia identifies those in specific programs of the Public Service Volunteer Lifeline Program for their efforts. To see the winners and learn more about the programs go to
Thanks to all the CECA members who supported last weekends CECA displays in Nanaimo and Gabriola. These displays were well received by the public. Great work by all involved.
The following bulletin has been issued by the Radio Amateurs of Canada