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We have two weekly nets on VE7RXZ (147.220 MHz, +0.600 MHz, T100.0 Hz).

  • Tuesday Mornings at 09:30 local time
  • Thursday Evening at 19:30 local time

We welcome hams from any location to check in with us.

At the end of the Thursday evening net, we move to 146.565 MHz, 446.100 MHz, and 3750 kHz to test simplex conditions.

Winlink P2P messages can also be sent to VA7FI on 144.970 MHz at any time and will be acknowledged on the Thursday evening net. See the Winlink How-to for more information.

Our net manager is Patrick (VA7FI). Marc (VE7TBP), and Steve (VA7SMI), also rotate as regular net controllers with Robert (VE7RBE) helping out from time to time.

Here's is our Net Script

Other Nets

Name Time Day Frequency
Morning Friendly net 08:00 Mon–Fri 3765 kHz LSB
The CVARS 8:15 Net 08:15 Everyday VE7RNA (146.680 MHz - T141.3),
VE7DJA (145.430 MHz - T141.3)
and the rest of Island Trunk System
The Rainbow Country Net 08:45 Everyday VE7RPT (146.940 MHz - )
The Breakfast Bunch1) 08:30 Weekdays VE7SYD (442.275 MHz + T136.5)2)
VE7RBB (147.180 MHz + T100)
09:00 Sundays
The Wrong Button Club 09:00 Everyday 3744 kHz LSB
The Noon Time Net 11:00 Everyday 7283.5 kHz LSB
The Aurora Net summer:16:00
Everyday 7100 kHz LSB
The Saskatchewan Public Service Net summer:18:00
Everyday3735 kHz LSB
The Alberta Public Service Net summer:18:30
Everyday3700 kHz LSB
The BC Public Service Net summer:18:30
Everyday3729 kHz LSB
The BC/Yukon Traffic Net summer:19:30
Everyday 3716 kHz LSB
The CVARS Monday Net 19:30 Mondays VE7RVC (145.470 MHz + T127.3)
The NARA Monday Night Net 20:00 Mondays VE7RNA (146.680 MHz - T141.3),
VE7DJA (145.430 MHz - T141.3)
and the rest of Island Trunk System
B.C. Northern Net 20:00 Sun, Wed 3775 kHz LSB
The Sunday Night Wild Card Net 21:00 Sunday VE7RVA (146.610 MHz - T110.9)
and linked to IRLP node 1055
Western Country Cousins Net 21:00 Everyday 3970 kHz LSB
Off during the summer
The VE7SYD repeater is not working properly at the moment and they won't be able to fix it until they can gain access to the site in the spring/summer. Also, even under good working condition, this repeater is solar powered and should not be used except during their regularly scheduled nets or for an emergency.
nets.txt · Last modified: 2020/02/03 19:19 by va7fi