For Outstanding Contribution to Emergency Management Mr. Alan Thurber. Congratulations Sir, thank you for your contributions.
Allan K Thurber
Mr. Thurber has been involved with New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (NBEMO) and the ham amateur radio operators since 1973. For more than 45 years, Mr. Thurber has been an integral communicator during emergencies throughout the province of New Brunswick, such as the 2017 ice storm in the northeast of the province of New Brunswick. Mr. Thurber’s leadership and organization skills enabled NBEMO to communicate with emergency services during the province-wide communications blackout in August 2017. Mr. Thurber’s dedicated volunteerism has shown great commitment to enhancing emergency communications capacity in New Brunswick.
The Radio Amateurs of Canada have issued the following. Please note the June 15 2018 deadline noted in the bulletin
The site below will take you to the most recent information on who is causing interference on the amateur bands.
The following information appeared in the Satern Newsletter regarding the 30th Birthday Party
The following message was sent by the organizers of SEA PAC as a post event communication
The following article notes weather events that occurred near mid Vancouver Island on Sunday June 10 2018. More evidence of changing weather patterns
Funnel cloud and hail spotted on Vancouver Island Sunday
Amateurs in Quebec are upset that Innovation Science Economic Development does not receive the proper support from the Government of Canada. To learn more go to
The following bulletin has been issued by the Radio Amateurs of Canada
The Turo Nova Scotia Amateur Radio Club announces the Newbie Net will resume on June 10 2018. For more information go to