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RAC Bulletin 2010-09-14E
Industry Canada advised both RAC and RAQI on Friday, Sept 10, 2010 that their Montreal office had authorized a number of 430 to 450 MHz frequencies and a single VHF frequency on 145.555 mHz. According to IC, frequencies were chosen to avoid known amateur repeater channels. These frequencies in the 70 cm and 2m amateur bands were temporarily authorized to support communications for many European entrants of a cycling event to be held on Quebec City and Montreal on Sept 10 and Sept 12 respectively. This type of authorized intrusion by Industry Canada of non-amateur communications in amateur spectrum is highly unusual and is a matter of great concern to Radio Amateurs of Canada. RAC will be taking the matter up with Industry Canada officials. RAC will be interested in knowing if actual interference has been caused to amateur communications; please report any observations to email@example.com
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CAARC 45TH ANNUAL PICNIC VIDEO Calling all CAARC members – What do you do with your Radio? In honour of the 45th anniversary of the CAARC Annual Picnic, we are inviting hams to submit a short video clip or favorite pictures of their amateur radio activities. It could be their ham shack, their mobile…
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VE6BLD on CBC talking about CANWARN (Canadian Weather Amateur Radio Network) at 12:12 on CBC Radio1 1010 AM Calgary.Tune in to listen.. http://www.cbc.ca/albertaatnoon/episode/2010/11/01/weather-watchers/
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