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Submitting WxRadio Information

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Feb 17, 2005
The Ottawa Valley - Eastern Ontario
Can we add the active frequencies for weatheradio for our respectful counties to the database? As well, as the CLC codes for the S.A.M.E. weather alerting feature that is currently being implemented across Canada?

Or would we just simply add this link http://www.msc.ec.gc.ca/msb/weatheradio/index_e.cfm

To the Canadian start page http://radioreference.com/modules.php?name=RR

I do believe that this type of information should be included in this vast database that RadioReference.com has become.

Do you as a citizen and hobbiest not see this as a good thing?

I can tell you that the S.A.M.E. system seems to be working although not fully complete yet. With the past storms that had hit Ontario in the last 2 weeks I know my BC246T alerted me to potential storms that occured throughout Eastern Ontario.

As well, this link http://groups.yahoo.com/group/weatheradio/ could also be a link on the link provided above also this is a great group for anyone interested in following the weatheradio network and implementation of S.A.M.E. alerting in Canada.


DB Admin
Dec 19, 2002
A weather radio wiki seems appropriate. I don't think duplicating all of the weather radio info from NOAA (and its Canadian equivalent) is needed when we can just link to it.


Forums Manager/Global DB Admin
Staff member
Jun 26, 2001
Central Ontario
Yes, common frequencies and links to SAME codes belong in the Wiki.

If you want to post location specific Wiki codes, then create a Wiki page for your area and put the frequencies and SAME codes in there.
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