Innisfail RCMP

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Chilliwack40

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Going out that way for a visit. Anyone know which repeater they use in Innisfail for the Mounties. Fire & EMS would be cool too.

Thanks,

J
 

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I have never been to Innisfail Alberta, but try searching between 138Mhz and 157Mhz for a VHF repeater. This will be your best bet in finding them. Hope it helps.

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EG

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from the betty bearcat canada frequency directory circa 1992 :D
154.86
155.04
155.31
155.43/154.77
155.46/154.8
155.535/155.085
155.64
155.67
155.7
155.79/154.95
156.03
156.09
 

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EG said:
from the betty bearcat canada frequency directory circa 1992 :D
No offense, but I take those frequency guides with a pretty big grain of salt. The one that comes with the BCD396T etc (possibly the 996 too, but I immediately tossed it, so I don't know what was inside of it) has info for Canada that is horribly, horribly out of date and/or incorrect.

Don't know this one. The only licensee for this in my list is fire etc., the Alberta Fire Training School in Vermilion, AB. However, they do have a number of RCMP frequencies in their radios, IIRC. If this is an RCMP freq, it'll be an input, most likely.

RCMP Tac 4.

Tac 7. I have it listed with PL 131.8, but I'm not 100% sure about that - RCMP are using PL tones 123.0 and 131.8 as well as some CSQ; somehow I have attached tones to a bunch of channels I don't recall having monitored lately. In my area this channel has DES encryption 99% of the time.

155.43/154.77
43 is the repeater output for C1; the other is its input. I show PL 123.0. DES reported by others, but I've only heard beeping on the C-series channels (see another post by me in this forum).

155.46/154.8
C4 (PL 123.0) and C5 (PL 131.8), output and input.

155.535/155.085
B3 (PL 131.8) and B5 (123.0). My sources put B3 in use in Kananaskis and B5 in Olds; I'm sure they're used elsewhere, and will add them if people speak up (hint, hint :wink:).

Tac 5. May have PL 123.0.

Tac 9. This one is good to have no matter where in the province you are; it is CSQ and is used pretty much province-wide as a chat channel, as well as to talk between RCMP and the STARS Air Ambulance helicopters.

Tac 1 (PL 123.0), Tac 2 (131.8), and Ops 1 (CSQ??).

155.79/154.95
A3 (PL 131.8) and A4 (PL 123.0). A3 is used by Banff; A4 by Calgary Subdivision, Strathmore, Chestermere, and Tsuu T'ina.

Been listed as Tac 8 for a long time in my lists, but someone has claimed it is also A13/B13 (123.0/131.8).

Tac 6.

There's a metric buttload more frequencies, and most of them are in the RRDB, as mentioned above.
 

EG

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sure glad i used a lmao smiley when i posted this and made sure i posted the publishing date.
 

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This is what i have in my list from the last time i as up that way ,but its about 2 years old

Rcmp 155.5350 B5

Fire & ems 154.7250 155.2800
 
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