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Old 08-07-2015, 6:25 PM
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XE3D Ihave my CB No. SSB 129z since the 90s
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Old 08-08-2015, 8:07 AM
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The CEF <COOPER FORUM GROUP> is still active although I have not heard a station for a number of years. They hang out on Channel 36 USB and if any are there it is SUNDAY mornings from 10 or so to noon.

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Old 06-08-2017, 5:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Retroradio View Post
Anyone point in the direction of any info on the web about Trans Canada Radio or stories etc.... about the CB scene in the Toronto area mid 70's to early 90's?

S9 Magazine was always a good read and back in the day there was a magazine called Canadian Transciever. I havent found any mention of them on the web either. Anyone remember it?
Resurrecting an old thread, the Trans Canada Radio Club was pretty much the baby of a fellow named Bert who had a station on Scugog Island, he ran a morning net on 37lsb during the 80's and 90's I think it was and I often checked in from Grimsby on the south shore of Lake Ontario.
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Old 01-21-2018, 7:05 PM
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The Trans-Continental DX Operators club from Canada is still running since '77. Unbelievable !

Still ran by Jim in Alberta. He used to live nearby in Montreal many years ago.
It's been a few years since i last talked to Jim on the radio since we are at the bottom of the solar cycle.
Hopefully he will still be around when propagation comes back. He's in his '80's now.

Maybe some of you will remember some of these clubs ? :
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