Providing frequency coordination of analog and digital Amateur Radio Services in all or portions of 10 western counties in the State of New York (USA) and in all or portions of 31 counties/regions in the Province of Ontario (Canada).
The Burlington Amateur Radio Club was organized by a group of local amateurs in October, 1972. The Club operates the annual Ontario Hamfest at Milton, Ontario, at the Milton Agricultural Fairgrounds.
The Mississauga Amateur Radio Club is located in the City of Mississauga, just to the west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (FN03) Members of the Club are involved with various public service and emergency preparedness activities.
The North Bay Amateur Radio Club (NBARC) is an incorporated non-profit organization whose objective is to promote Amateur Radio in the city and surrounding area, provide communications for local organizations, and when requested - to provide emergency communication. As well, it provides a place for like minded people to get together to discuss the common topic.....amateur radio. Our regular meetings (ex. July and August) are held the second Wednesday of the month @ 19:30L. December's meeting is waived in favour of the Holiday Get Together and Santa Fund Collection.
The club sponsors two vhf repeaters and an aprs digi in the North Bay area which are listed below.
The Club was originally a special interest group, locally formed under its mother Club, the Peel Amateur Radio Club of Brampton. This group was interested in the construction of a Six Metre repeater, which would be located just outside of Georgetown. Our first meeting was held on November 19th 1977, with four members :
The West Carleton Amateur Radio Club was formed back in the early 1970's, probably as a spin-off of the OARC for members in the deep west of Ottawa who could not make the regular OARC meetings because of the travel distance.
Since 1998, A.R.E.S. Niagara has helped maintain and expand the Hospitals Radio Network operated by our volunteers. A.R.E.S. also expedites training for client staff to become licensed amateurs.
Welcome to the Ottawa Valley Mobile Radio Club web site. This site is open to all current and future radio amateurs. Please browse the site for local amateur radio news & events, information on our repeater, other eastern Ontario repeaters, VE3JW site and much more. We hope you enjoy your stay with us. Don't forget to join our mailing list to receive special announcements and our monthly newsletter, the Rambler.
The Chatham-Kent Amateur Radio Club has a rich history of innovation and community service. We are a group of radio and electronics enthusiasts enjoying our hobby together in the Chatham-Kent area. Our premiere repeater is one of the most sophisticated systems in Ontario, linking together up to 9 remote receive sites long before VoIP links became practical. Club activities cover many aspects of the hobby, and we offer something for everyone. The CKARC weekly net is held every Wednesday evening at 21:00 local on the VA3KCR repeater at 146.680 -offset. If you hear the machine, check in and say hi.