Help Me Plz
I live in Rimouski, Qc., but was born and lived in Sept-Îles, Qc. for almost 40 years so I know a bit of your reality;
Radioreference.com is a good source but it is a "urban" database... Us in the boonies haven't got much to extirpate form RR database as there's only a handful of generic freqs for us.
We'll have to contribute to RR with our own "boonies" freqs if we want to save others some frustration of not finding much. I am preparing that for my area.
So, considering this, I suggest you check Industries Canada radio spectrum database (at: http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/sd-sd.nsf/fra/accueil
) and do a search
by geographical area (you'll need longitude and latitude of your place) and enter min & max freqs (eg. 118 and then 950, to search from 118MHz to 950MHz) and don't forget to enter a radius: 100km would be interesting in your case, to make sure you grab enough. I tried it and harvested 280 freqs.
Let me know if you need more help, as these results will have to be entered into a personalized favorite list in your 436.
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if you need further help, I'll be glad to help.