Are you located centrally or are you running multiple tuned antenna's?FleetNet ( ten tower sites), Metrolinx, Toronto Emergency Services, MetroNET, Toronto City Services, Toronto Conventional page, Billy Bishop Airport, CN Rail, CP Rail, MaRS Centre, Etobicoke General Hospital, Peel Region, Air Canada, Toronto Pearson and Toronto Centre for aircraft, Brampton, York Region, Purolator, Univar, Apotex, Eaton Centre, Humber College - North, York University, U of T, OnQ, FleetConnect, FastNet, CN Tower, Ontario Place.
Add Marine to that list. I have been listening to two MAYDAY's on Marine Ch. 16 since 8 pm. One for a boat drifting into rocks near Toronto Islands and the second one for a sighting of a flare between Toronto and Port Credit Marina. The Port Credit call has Peel Marine 2 being assigned to Marine Ch. 26. I'm editting my post as fast as I can.
That's only the local stuff for me. I have a BCD 536HP, so sometimes I mine the Full Database in it for road trips or if I hear skip during good conditions.
You should be able to pick up Scarborough Town Centre no problem from your location. I also listen to the local malls in my area and they can be very interesting. Maybe you'll even come across some new channels for the mall.As a newbie - generally speaking what systems are you listening to? I think I have down Toroto EMS FIRE and EMS.., also as I'm only about 6K away from Scarborough Town Centre, I get lots from there - but what other systems are you listening to? (I think systems is the right word???)