Canadian Special Event Stations

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National flag of Canada (credit: Wikipedia)

There are a couple of Canadian Special Event stations that everyone may like to work.

  • CG3B is operated by Niagara Peninsula ARCmembers from July 01 – 31, 2012 to celebrate the 200th Bi-Centennial of Friendship between Canada and the United States of America. Their published frequencies are:
    • 80 m – 3.718.12
    • 40 m – 7.018.12, 7.118.12, 7.218.12
    • 20 m – 14.018.12, 14.118.12, 14.218.12, 14.318.12
    • 17 m – 18.118.12
    • 15 m – 21.018.12, 21.118.12, 21.218.12, 21.318.12, 21.418.12
    • 12 m – 24.918.12
    • 10 m – 28.018.12, 28.118.12, 28.218.12, 28.318.12, 28.418.12, 28.518.12
    • 6 m – 50.018.12, 50.118.12
  • VA3CWM, operated by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in celebration of their 40th anniversary. They mentioned that they are often on 20 meters on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Jerry KE4ETY recommends the web site DXWatch.com when chasing DX. “[You can] just log on and follow the links to do DX searches by callsign.”

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