Distracted driving regulations continue to be an area of interest for many Canadian Radio Amateurs. These regulations are made and enforced by Provincial governments and can vary considerably from province to province and over time. Radio Amateurs of Canada has prepared a list of links to current regulations in all provinces that have established them.
Hello everyone…my apologies…I usually leave a longer gap between training notifications but I realized that the email address I provided for RSVPs (firstname.lastname@example.org) is no longer working. So please RSVP to me directly at email@example.com except for the Owen Sound, Sarnia and Stratford sessions where there is another way to RSVP that is spelled out
Frank Bauer, KA3HDO, AMSAT VP: 2017 Dayton Hamvention Amateur of the Year The following report is courtesy of AMSAT North America and ARISS: The Dayton Hamvention has announced the winners of the 2017 Hamvention Awards. Each year, the Dayton Hamvention honours Radio Amateurs who have made major contributions to the art and science of Amateur
Oshawa residents warned to beware after report of phoney fire official visiting home. Oshawa Fire officials have issued a warning to residents after a report of a person trying to gain entry to a home while posing as a representative of the department. A resident reported March 1 that someone claiming to represent Oshawa Fire
Radio Amateurs of Canada aims to strengthen Amateur Radio in Canada and support its members in many ways. All Canadian Radio Amateurs benefit from our work representing Amateurs to our regulator – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (formerly Industry Canada) – and at international conferences. RAC members are able to participate in our two
The federal government is moving to improve Canada’s ability to warn people about severe weather, including tornadoes. The government says it will buy 20 state-of-the-art weather radars that will be built across the country over seven years starting this fall. Environment Canada says the combination of these radars, along with a recently acquired supercomputer, will
Every year, through the RAC Foundation, Radio Amateurs of Canada provides grants and scholarships to worthy community programs and to young Amateurs who are enrolled at the post-secondary level in Electrical, Electronic and Software engineering. Students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs are also considered on a case by case basis. Once again,