|The Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame recognizes deserving Canadian Radio Amateurs by offering the Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame Awards.
The Hall is administered by an independent Board of Trustees, one per province, who have the sole discretion and authority to appoint Members and Honorary Members of the Hall by majority vote. Their term of office is a maximum of three years, which may be extended. A Trustee may not be appointed to the Hall. A Member of the Hall may be appointed as a Trustee.
In each calendar year, a maximum of one Member may be appointed if living, or a maximum of two if one is deceased. Nomination or appointment for a Member or Honorary Member of the Hall may be made after the death of the nominee.
Like most things in life, there are costs associated with these awards, and we are grateful to two clubs for underwriting the costs for the Hall of Fame. The Ottawa Amateur Radio Club has sponsored the awards since 1998. The North Shore Amateur Radio Club (BC) began sponsorship in 2014. Thanks to both clubs for their support.
Members of the Hall of Fame
Call for Nomination for Member of the Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame is shown on a separate page on this website.
Award of Honour
No further awards will be considered or given for The Award of Honour.
The following recipients of The Award of Honour will continue to be accorded recognition and honour in the Hall.