This site started at the end of 2016 and is all about moving used ham radio gear. Have a look at the site, it may be of interest to you
Attached is a story of a man in Victoria BC who was injured by lightning. Yet another example of why lightning should be respected.
PS After treatment the victim wanted to know where to buy a lottery ticket ! ! ! !
When flooding struck the nation of Sri Lanka amateur radio operators aided in communications. To read the whole story go to
The BC Government has let it be known enough is enough.. Distracted driving fines will be going up. Repeat offenders will definitely feel the pinch. I sure hope this helps the situation
BC Hams might be a good idea to have a copy of the new regs in you vehicles. Remember DO NOT USE DTMF BUTTONS WHILE DRIVING ! ! !
The Maitime Mobile Service Net once again aided a vessel in distress. This time in the Sea of Cortez Mexico. To read the whole story go to
The following “memo” was received from an Amateur Radio Operator who has held several ARES positions over the years and has volunteered countless hours. While you may not agree with everything contained in the “memo” I hope it will give you pause for thought. If it makes you think and reflect then it has done its job.
Thoughts on being an Amateur Radio Operator Emergency Communications Volunteer By VA7ZA
THANK YOU FOR BEING A VOLUNTEER OPERATOR
Amateur Radio Operators can be a great resource for government departments during an emergency that involves local, regional and provincial governments.
Many areas of British Columbia are suffering the effects of heavy rain and snow melt. Emergency Operations Centres are opening and closing as situations dictate. In addition evacuation warnings and orders are being issued and rescinded regularly. In order to keep up with these events the site noted below will provide you with the current information. (Click on Home)
CECA made the cover of TCA magazine issued for May/June 2017. The photo and enclosed article cover activities done during the Quake Cottage event. RAC members can read the article at http://wp.rac.ca/