It is a not-for-profit membership association with headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, representing the interests of Amateur Radio all across Canada. Repeater List : BC South. Club holds a monthly business meeting at the Pitt Meadows Heritage building on the first Tuesday of each month at hours and club members get together weekly Thursday evenings at for coffee at the club house.
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Time: Vendors 7 am; Exhibits and Demonstrations 8 am; Fleamarket 9 am. In addition, there will be exams for Basic, Advanced and CW Qualifications, exhibits, demonstrations, special event station, DXCC card checking, light refreshments and breakfast. Tables include one admission.
Since then, Wayne has been an active member of the Central Region Okanagan and Vancouver Island Mobile Support Teams and has been deployed to multiple cities, towns and communities where he dedicates numerous hours setting up reception centres, group lodging facilities and mentoring local ESS teams. Wayne has been invited by the Justice Institute to participate in the development of ESS training programs and actively provides training for his local team members. Wayne is constantly evaluating how things are running and suggesting ways we can work together to improve. He says volunteering has been extremely rewarding, and that he loves helping people.
British Columbia Abbr. The Hudson's Bay Company established a British colony at Vancouver Island inand a separate colony, called British Columbia, was formed on the mainland inthe year of the Fraser River gold rush. The two colonies merged in and were admitted as a single province in
Post a Comment. Recent Events. Certain sub-bands are allocated to channelized repeaters and simplex communications, resulting in a fixed number of channels in each band.
Suffice it to say that the Sunshine Coast is one of 40, ham clubs throughout North America participating in this annual June event, which aims to demonstrate the science of ham radio and its service to communities. Some clubs co-ordinate with Search and Rescue; the North Shore Emergency Centre provides a space for their club while Nanaimo provides a space in the fire hall. The local group meets at various places every Saturday for coffee.
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