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The Breakfast Club

The Oakville Amateur Radio Club (VE3HB) meets every Saturday Morning at 06:30 am at the Sunset Grill, 361 Cornwall Rd., Oakville, ON L6J 7Z5 Visitors are encouraged to join us at the back table of the Sunset any Saturday morning. It … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season for an Oakville ARC Teleconference!

      Busy & Cold, a Wicked Combo OK, it’s wicked cold, crazy icy and the bunch of us are WAY too busy coming out of the Xmas season to assemble a decent topic… (anyone WITH a decent topic come … Continue reading

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Club meeting reminder!

Time flys ( in a wobbly sort of way, according to The Doctor, but I digress) and it’s time for another Oakville Amateur Radio Club meeting on Tuesday October 8th at 7 pm at Timothy’s Timothy’s Coffee 321 Lakeshore Rd … Continue reading

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We really should work together more often…

I was out this evening drinking (coffee) with some fellow hams from the GTA and came to the realization that we in the Oakville Amateur Radio Club really should team up with other local clubs from time to time. Sure, … Continue reading

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Consider this… (Upcoming ARES SET 26 October)

Or at least help out once a year… Are you an experienced Amateur Radio Operator but have never participated in an ARES event? Perhaps you think that you would surely volunteer if a crisis happened, but “In Peacetime”, its really … Continue reading

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Many Thanks To VE3OAK Repeater Patrons

As we recently posted, we have recently appealed to our membership for a one time “Passing of the Hat” to fund a new Radio for the UHF side of VE3OAK. I’m happy to report that we have met our goal … Continue reading

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Getting Involved with ARES

It has been an eventful year in North America, and we are reminded of the important role of amateur radio in a crisis. While not all club members have the time or interest for monthly involvement with the ARES team, … Continue reading

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