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***PARC Annual General Meeting ***

Saturday JUNE 23rd, 2018

11:00 AM

MANO'S RESTAURANT

 YORKTON, SK.

***Prince Albert Museum - Wanted Vintage Radio Equipment ***

     The Prince Albert Museum is asking for Donated Vintage Radio Equipment, display easels, and shelving.  They are wanting to setup a 24X12 Ham shack on the grounds Southwest of the City.  They plan to feature a 1950's & 1980's Station, filled with non-operational components.  Percy Halliwell (VE5HH) and other amateur radio operators in the area already collected about 50 pieces of equipment for display, but looking for more tube equipment to finish the station.  They have obtained a few pieces from the United States, but the postage and freight is expensive, the budget can't handle any more expenses.  Examples of the type of equipment we are looking for are: Johnson, Viking, Navigator, or Ranger Transceivers.

  • Heathkit Apache TX or Mohawk RX Heathkit DX-20; DX-100
  • National NC-300; NC-303RX
  • National NCX3 Transceiver
  • Drake R4 Receiver etc, etc....

     Donations from Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba are solicited and arrangements would be made for pickup or delivery. You may contact:

Percy Halliwell (VE5HH)
1525 Helme Crescent
Prince Albert, SK.
S6V 6G6
Ph. (306) 922-8281
Ph. (306) 961-1471
 

     Help Preserve Our History

Submitted by: Peter Legebokoff (VE5PFL)

    73.s



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We Are!  

The Parkland Amateur Radio Club (P.A.R.C.), consists of very active and ambitious amateur radio operators, who commonly share a common interest in many aspects of amateur Radio, located in the Parklands, covering East Central Saskatchewan.

Local amateurs in Canora, Saskatchewan in the beginning consisted of only 3, back in 2000, and eventually those same three formed the club, known as the 'Canora Amateur Radio Club', in February 2002. We started with a local repeater, and soon had IRLP or V.O.I.P. Communication installed and linked, which expanded our range of communication to all around the world.

Once more operators knew of our local accomplishments they soon joined our club.  In January 2004, we started with the addition of EchoLink to our existing IRLP Node, which also improved our coverage to include communication via computer keyboard.  Our goals as a club seem to be changing faster than ever and over the next couple of years more amateur's joined the club, and in April 2006, we changed our club name to: The Parkland Amateur Radio Club Inc., (P.A.R.C.).

The Parkland Amateur Radio Club presently has 7 repeaters, located in Canora VA5EMO 147.300+ Mhz; & 445.575- MHz; Endeavour VA5INV 147.080+ MHz; Kamsack VE5HAW 147.000+ MHz; Preeceville VE5SEE 147.390+ MHz; Rocanville VA5RSR 145.310- MHz; and  Yorkton VA5PAR 145.490- MHz. 

We currently have 3 EchoIRLP nodes connected to Rocanville, & PARC Linked Repeater System. These repeaters, which we host, can be linked over the internet through the Saskatchewan Reflector or worldwide. We also have a simplex IRLP node located in Preeceville, SK. on 146.400 MHz.  The Saskatchewan Reflector is owned by The Parkland Amateur Radio Club Inc. and is sponsored by the Town of Canora, Access Communications & Saskatchewan Amateur Radio League (SARL).  We are always improving our system and now are in the process of installing a new repeater site at Norquay, SK. which will also be linked to the PARC Repeater System.

The Parkland amateur Radio Club hosts a great system, integrating both VHF / UHF and V.O.I.P. communication systems, that can be linked to other systems around the world.  Our club achieved this through many volunteer hours from all our members, donations from fellow ham operators from far and wide and through the people and organizations around our local coverage area.  We are continuing to grow, by new members coming on board, and we are constantly upgrading and adding to our already proven reliable system.



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Media Article When PARC Sponsored Saskatchewan Hamfest 2017 In Yorkton, SK.

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Yorkton Repeater Site: Wednesday Nov. 15th, 2006
 Sinclair SRL210C4HD 4 Bay 1/2~

Larry Davis (VE5 LBD) Peter Legebokoff (VE5 PFL)


Leroy Repeater: 146.9100 MHz - Endeavour Repeater: 147.0800 MHz + Preeceville Repeater 147.3900 MHz + Canora Repeater: 147.3000 MHz + (100.0 Hz) Kamsack Repeater: 147.0000 MHz + Yorkton Repeater: 145.4900 MHz - Rocanville Repeater: 145.310 MHz - (100.0 Hz) Theodore Repeater: 147.330 MHz +



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