Written by Bill Till   
Sunday, 18 May 2008 13:57

The Society for the Preservation of Antique Radio in Canada - A very interesting museum on the Riverview Hospital grounds in Coquitlam BC, easily accessible off the Lougheed Highway. A whole section is devoted to amateur radio complete with a working ham station.  Licenced visitors are welcome to operate.

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VE7AV - Frank has an interesting website with links to several well known HF operators as well as to his famous Hamstudy website.

VE5AA - Saskatoon Amateur Radio Club - A very active club with an interesting website especially the info on their high altitude balloon experiments.  Many links from this website to other good sites.  Check out their help aids for new and aspiring hams.

VE5NN - Regina Amateur Radio Association - another good and interesting website with "must read" info for VE5s.

VE6NC - Northern Alberta Radio Club - Edmonton's largest amateur radio group.

SARA - The linking network that covers much of Alberta.  Here's all the info that's fit to print on this group.

Other Canadian Amateur Radio Clubs - Index at RAC.  There's a ton of amateur radio activity in Canada.  Check it out. - A web page suggested by Joy McMahon of Apple Creek High School in Ohio.  Found by her daughter Lizzie.


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