Ever wonder what the current band conditions are ? The site below is experimental, and updates regularly. It covers the Continental US. The determination of band conditions is way above my level of expertise, but I will try this site and see how it works out. For more details on the site hit the information… Read More
Due to family commitments I was not able to spend a lot of time on the radio participating in this contest on the weekend. However, the time I did spend on the bands was worth more to me than winning the contest. I won’t mention call signs, because I am sure these were not the… Read More
The folks in Ontario are getting restless. They have floated an idea. Hopefully this will be a wake up call for the RAC Executive… we can only hope http://www.crrl.ca/news/2014/11/12/an-ontario-radio-society
For well over a decade the Radio Amateurs of Canada has been seeking out insurance for members and affiliated amateur radio clubs. Many clubs view this service as one of the major benefits that RAC provides. From time to time RAC has gone to the market to find the best cost/benefit for its members. We… Read More
Radio Amateurs of Canada has announced that Al Boyd,VE3AJB, Section Manager for Ontario North and Chair of the Ontario Section Managers Council has assumed the duties of Section Manager for Ontario South and the GTA in addition to his Ontario North duties. These changes are effective immediately.
NOVEMBER 11TH is a special day in Canada. It is a day when we remember those who have served in the Army, Navy Air Force and the RCMP in times of trouble. This year will be very different. The ceremonies will be the same, but the way we conduct them will be different. In view… Read More
Environment Canada has issued wind warnings and a special weather statement for the south coast. In addition there is a typhoon headed for Alaska. ARES LEADERS winter is here, have you checked your plans, ensured your members are familiar with the plans ? Planning helps you to be part of the solution not the problem.… Read More
A group of elementary school students from Kamloops worked hard on their experiment, raised funds,did all the required paperwork and then watched it all go up in smoke when the NASA rocket blew up earlier this week. The science experiment dealt with the manufacture of crystals in space. The lads have not given up, good… Read More
At the last AGM there were some changes in the leadership of CECA.. To view the new executive go to the CONTACT US on the front page. Congratulations and best wishes to the new executive.
My duties as Section Manger for the BC Yukon Section of the Radio Amateurs of Canada will come to an end November 1, 2014. Having completed terms as both Section Traffic Manager and Section Manager I don’t think the average ham has any idea of the amount of volunteer work that goes on behind the scenes.… Read More