Now I am getting more local calls which are showing up as unknown in Zone 2 which makes me think things are shifting. Comparing Zone 1 and Zone 2 Primrose tower and Cobourg share some designated frequencies. Primrose is a normal receiving tower for me.
That's like how I was was receiving S. Ont. Fleetnet last summer. I was surprised to see Georgian CACC show up out of nowhere.
I did see 46.680 PL 110.9 show up this morning in my MNR department. I thought I heard a mention of Wollaston so perhaps this channel is within Bancroft District. If anyone can confirm for me in the area if this may be Bancroft MNR Fire Ch. 3. Other than that, I don't have any conditions at the moment even though this propagation map shows I should have something.
When I can hear VA3FOY 147.285 Bancroft then I know I have something.
I never heard North Bay mentioned. I think I was mistaking some Primrose tower calls coming through on my Cobourg tower programming resulting in false description reporting. The Ottawa and Kingston MOH talkgroups match with London and Cambridge CACC's which are normal reception for me. In the meantime things have settled down for Cobourg reception.
Seems to have drifted away now, but not without hearing a Rescue call around noon in Falmouth about energized wires on the ground. A car decided to drive over them and the lines are trapped in the wheel well.
I'd say you were hearing Zone 2 this morning Mike, I noticed around 6:30AM that I was seeing ADS-B traffic straight east well beyond 320NM, or almost 370 statute miles and that of course is above 1 GHz.