|RAC National Traffic System|
|More information about Canadian Nets|
|Alberta Public Service Net|
This net runs daily on 3.700MHz at 01:30Z. Net manager Jim VE6JRR
|VO Evening Traffic Net|
This is the longest standing net in NL. It runs on 3740 kHz LSB at 22:30Z, 7:00 pm Local Time (6:30 pm in Labrador).
|Cod Jigger Net|
This net runs on 7085 kHz LSB at 13:00Z, 9:30 am Local Time (9:00 am in Labrador). Alternate frequency is 3740 kHz. LSB.
|Newfoundland VHF Evening Net|
This net runs on the Island Linked Repeater System, at 00:30Z, 9:00 pm Local Time (8:30 in Labrador).
|The Trans-Canada Net|
1100 hrs Pacific Time Sundays & Stat Holidays. 14.140 Mhz USB
|The Transprovincial Net|
To find out all about this net, just visit the TPN website
|The Ontario 144 MHz SSB Net|
To find out all about this net, just visit their website
|VECTOR (Vancouver Emergency Community Telecommunications Organization)|
has a net every Wednesday night at 20:00 local. The net covers emergency communications and preparedness and usually includes a guest speaker or topic of interest. It’s on 145.170MHz.
|The Ottawa Valley VHF/UHF SSB Net|
To find out all about this net, just visit their web page.
|The Welcome Mat Net|
operates Wednesdays at 1900 hrs on Ottawa repeater, VE3TWO, 147.30 MHz+. The purpose of this net is to encourage new Radio Amateurs to get on the air and to stimulate use of the club’s repeater, VE3TWO.
|Border City Radio Club Monday Night Net|
VE3WIN 147.000 (+) 118.8 Hz pl
7:00 p.m. every Monday Night except Club meeting nights on the 3rd Monday of each month. No nets during July and August. General information net including Swap listings.
|The Black Fly Net|
at 10:00am ET Sunday, 147.24 +This 2m net has been on the air for quite some time – dare one say years and in addition to the permanent population of the Haliburton Highlands, they also appeal to the cottage crowd that swells the county population 100x every summer! All are welcome to check in. The net has a different net controller each week, is held every week of the year and is sponsored by the The Black Fly Repeater Association.
|Monday Night Net|
at 8:00pm ET Monday, 147.24 +This 2m net has been on the air for quite some time – dare one say years and in addition to the permanent population of the Haliburton Highlands, they also appeal to the cottage crowd that swells the county population 100x every summer! All are welcome to check in. The net has a different net controller each week, is held every week of the year and is sponsored by the the Minden Amateur Radio Club.
|Peel ARC Nets|
Peel Amateur Radio Club (Brampton, Ontario) hosts a number of regular weekly nets
Wednesday Evening ARES Net 8:00pm 146.880 (-), 443.550 (+)
Thursday Morning Net: 10:00am 146.880 (-)
Tuesday Evening SSTV Net: 8:00pm 443.550 (+)
Sunday Evening 6 meter Net 9:00pm 53.190 (- 1 MHz)
Sunday Morning CW Net 10:00am on 3.685 MHz (+/- QRM)
|Ontario Amateur Radio Service Net|
Meets daily on 3.755Mhz from 7 am to 6pm daily ET with a different controller every hour. Net manager is Barry, VE3ISX.www.ontars.com The website provides controller opportunities, special events listings such as hamfests, and our very own ONTARS Market Place where amateurs can post “amateur only” type equipment listings.Inquiries:
|The Sandbox Net|
Meets daily on 3.733 at 22:30 UTC. Net manager is Cliff VA3CAF with different controllers each evening. It is a roundtable, friendly discussion net with topics of general interest and a general meeting place where stations are called back in for 2nd and 3rd rounds depending on band conditions and net activity. The net has an E mail address.
|Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society Net|
every Sunday at 1830 UTC to 2000 UTC. All are welcome to join the net. Reg, in Victoria B.C. conducts the net.
|The Ottawa Area QCWA Net|
meets on repeater VE3TEL (147.030 out/ 146.430 in) on Thursday evenings at 2000 hours local by the kind permission of the Pioneer Amateur Radio Club. The callsign used is VE3QCW.The purpose of the NET is to promote interest in the QCWA, and in particular in Chapter 70, the National Capital Chapter. The Net is also to exchange information of interest to Area Amateurs. You do not have to be a QCWA member to participate in the Net - everyone is welcome.
|Communications Ontario Net|
- daily at 10:00 am Eastern on 7.153 MHz. Regularly interfaces with Ontario Phone Net for Priority, Welfare and Routine traffic - www.hfradio.net with the schedule of Net Controllers
|The Sunparlor Amateur Radio Club, Leamington, Ontario|
has an 80 meter net at 13:00 local (est) time on 3805 Khz. every Sunday. The net is open to all and gives all an opportunity to check equipment and antennas.
|Westcoast Amateur Radio Association Net, Victoria B.C.|
146.84 MHz, 146.66 MHz repeaters. Monday nights at 7pm local time, Swap and Shop, news and events.
|The Victoria New Horizons ARC Net|
(open to all to check in, but primarily for seniors), meets on 145.41 - Monday through Friday year around at 8:45 am. Visitors welcome.
|The North Bay Net|
Sundays 0900L, 3.768MHz, hosted by VE3RNY. Any and all check-ins are welcome.
|The North Bay Amateur Radio Club VHF Net|
Monday Mornings 0700 - 0800L on 145.110(-) . The operators change but all hams in the area or passing thru are welcome to check in.
|The Central Alberta Amateur Radio Club VHF Net|
The CAARC Monday Night VHF Net is held at 20:00 hrs Mountain Time on the CAARC linked repeater system VE6QE 147.150 + near Red Deer, VE6VHF 146.910 - near Rocky Mountain House, VE6PZ - 145.210 - near Nordegg and VE6UK 145.250 - near Big Valley. The Net Control station rotates weekly and, periodically just for fun, a dual mode net will be run with stations checking in on VHF then QSY to an alternate mode on another frequency such as CW, packet, IRLP or APRS for a second check in. Weekly net information can be found at http://www.caarc.ca/ with the schedule of Net Controllers.
|The Manitoba Seniors Morning Net|
meets on 147.39 MHz at 0900 local time on Wednesdays. James Ross VE4AJR is Net manager.
|University of British Columbia IRLP Net|
meets Sunday evenings at 20:00 PST. It can be accessed across Canada on IRLP node 1000 (irlp.net)
|The Pot Lid Net (PLN)|
a slow speed CW NET (8-12 WPM) meets every Sunday (except July and August) at 11 AM EST/EDT on 3.620 Mhz. The purpose of the NET is to promote interest in CW operation and CW NET procedures. A good source of code practice for beginners and listeners. The NET manager is Roger, VE3XRR, 613-741-9847 if additional information is required
|The ABW (Anything But Weather) Net|
meets on Thursday evenings at 1930 hours Eastern Standard Time, on 3740 kHz. The ABW net is a fairly casual ragchew net where we try to discuss ... Anything But the Weather. Moderator is Susan Mogensen VE3MOG. All check-ins are welcome.
|Canadian Red Cross Net|
The Amateur Radio Station at the Canadian Red Cross Headquarters in Ottawa conducts a weekly net on Sundays at 1900z on 14.125. The various Red Cross associated station across Canada usually check-in, but all check-ins are welcome. There are usually a one or two check-ins from Europe.
|The Amateur Radio Station at the Canadian Red Cross Headquarters in Ottawa conducts a weekly net on|
On Sunday evenings at 20:00 local time on 146.91-
This net runs until 22:00 and focuses on short wave and scanner listening. All are welcomed to check-in.
|The BC Public Service Corps Net|
meets at 01.30 z every day at 3729 KHz, or 5:30 pm PST Winters, and 6:30 pm Summers. It is in session for 90 minutes, taking traffic for BC or any other points within range.
|Swan Amateur Radio Net|
Operations are conducted by amateur radio enthusiasts interested in employing amateur radio equipment manufactured by the former Swan Electronics of Oceanside, California. Swan User Net organizers also support the retention of electron tube technology and provide on-the-air associated technical discussions at scheduled net meetings. Current Swan Net schedules: Swan User Net - Sunday 5PM eastern time on 14250Khz. Swan Technical Nets - Wednesday 2300GMT on 14251Khz. Saturday 2-4PM eastern time on 7235Khz.
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