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CCG Prescott Radio

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Currently monitoring CCG Prescott Radio assisting in SAR of 2 vessels in lake Ontario. Algo North has rescued 2 people. Comms on Marine Ch. 16, 156.800mhz. Both Toronto Police and Peel Police marine units responding. From Toronto I only get the Coast Guard side.
 

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re CCG Prescott Radio

>Currently monitoring CCG Prescott Radio assisting in SAR of 2 vessels in lake Ontario. >Algo North has rescued 2 people. Comms on Marine Ch. 16, 156.800mhz. Both Toronto >Police and Peel Police marine units responding. From Toronto I only get the Coast Guard >side.

For Canadian Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary and police SAR operations on
Western Lake Ontario, the following frequencies will usually be active:

ch 16 - 156.800 MHz.
ch 65 - 156.275 MHz.
ch 24 - 157.200/161.800 MHz. (duplex)
ch 27 - 157.350/161.950 MHz. (duplex)
ch 82 - 157.125 MHz.

Sometimes CCG and CCGAux units on SAR tasking in the Grimsby area will be
found on ch 19 - 156.950 MHz.

CCG and CCGAux SAR Exercises are usually found on ch 19 as well.

Rick
 
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