We’re back!

Spring is (almost) here, and it's time for a new beginning.

The Scarborough Amateur Radio Club returns to the Seniors' Lounge at Don Montgomery Community Centre (2467 Eglinton Avenue East, near Kennedy subway) starting on March 12 at 7:00 PM.

See you there!

Earle Cardozo VE3KCO, SK

Earle Cardozo, VE3KCO, became a silent key on January 4, 2018.

Earle was a long-time member of SARC, enjoyed CW and taught code. He and his wife Edith had recently moved to Penetanguishene, Ontario.

CARDOZO, Earle VE3 KCO (Retired from Imperial Oil) of Scarborough, ON, passed away January 4, 2018 at the age of 88 years. Survived by his loving wife Edith, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews and well loved by his huge extended family. Memorial Service to be held on April 14, 2018, Visitation 11 a.m. - 12 noon, with service to follow at McDougall & Brown Funeral Home, 2900 Kingston Rd., Toronto, ON. Donations, in lieu of flowers, may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, the Alzheimer Society or the OSPCA.


Peter Prasad VE3FJI, SK

From Gord, VE3CNA:

Further to Bert's email (thanks Bert) about the passing of our old friend, Peter Prasad, VE3FJI who passed away on Friday, October 6, 2017, here is a link to the funeral home with details.


Peter had been a long-time member of Scarborough ARC and was a regular check-in to the 10 meter net on 28.730.

I just got home from the cottage to receive the news from Earle, VE3KCO.

73 de Gord, VE3CNA

David Gluck VE3MLC, SK

GLUCK, P.Eng., David Passed away peacefully in his 100th year on August 23, 2017 in Richmond Hill. David was born in Welland, Ontario on December 17, 1917. Son of the late Stefan and Mary Gluch. Predeceased by his five younger brothers, William, Jacob, John, Joseph and Marion. Beloved husband of 74 ½ years to the late Katherine Gluck. Loving father to son Terry, daughter Judy and her husband Andy Zrnec. Dear grandfather to Kevin Simpson, Sierra and Jessie Zrnec. David was a longtime resident of Leaside (Toronto), Ontario. He spent over 60 summers at the family cottage he built on Midland Point, Georgian Bay. David's long and enjoyable professional career as a Mechanical Engineer included working at the Canada Post Office, Gateway Facility, Engineering Dept., Dilworth, Secord and Meigher, Senior Engineer in Advanced Technology Division; Ferranti-Packard Limited, Electronic Division Research and Development Engineer – Project Engineer. David held several mechanical patents. Upon retirement David became a ham radio operator (call sign VE3MLC) and was a member of the Senators Ham Radio Club, Scarborough, Ontario. The family would like to thank the staff at Oak Ridges Retirement Community for their kindness and loving attention. A private interment of David and Katherine will be held on Thursday, August 31st at Lakeview Cemetery, Midland, Ontario. Donations in David's memory to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences may be left at www.thompsonfh-aurora.com

RADIO Magazine

RADIO Magazine ( title registered U.S. Pat. Off. ) was published monthly at 34 N. Crystal Street, East Stroudsburg, Pa., by Radio Magazines Inc., Executive & Editorial Offices at 342 Madison Avenue, New York 17, New York. Subscription rates -- United States and Possessions, $3.00 for 1 year, $5.00 for 2 years; elsewhere $4.00 per year. Single copies 35c.

Representative offices in Los Angeles, Ca., Cleveland, Ohio, and London, England.

This copy of Radio was kindly provided from the personal collection of Harvey Porter, VE3LLO.

The format is 11 1/4" by 8 1/4", two colors, 84 pages including covers on good paper.

Further information about this publication or publisher would be welcome.

73 de Gordon, VE3CNA

RADIO Magazine Nov 1944

Ray, VE3ZXC found an archive of RADIO Magazines at AmericanRadioHistory.com.

Canadian Amateur Radio Federation

The Canadian Amateur Radio Federation was founded 1967 as a federation of provincial amateur radio organizations. In the 1970s the CARF reorganized and began allowing individual radio amateurs to join. CARF published a magazine called The Canadian Amateur for several years beginning in 1973.

CARF merged with the Canadian Radio Relay League in 1993 to form Radio Amateurs of Canada.

Thanks to Dale Olson VE6QDO and the Calgary Amateur Radio Association for the copies of The Canadian Amateur.
Continue reading Canadian Amateur Radio Federation

Canadian Radio Relay League

The addition of QST Canada magazine to this website is in my view, a significant addition to the history of Canadian amateur radio as it relates to the formation of our present national and international advocacy organization, Radio Amateurs of Canada Inc.

To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time that QST Canada will appear on-line for all to see and read.

Amateur Radio is well organized both nationally and internationally and that has made it possible for our 'technical hobby' to continue, grow and prosper.

Many thanks go to Mr. Harry MacLean, VE3GRO, of London, Ontario who kindly loaned me his complete collection of QST Canada for re-publication on the world wide web at Long-Delayed Echoes. Harry was a senior official of the Canadian Radio Relay League Inc. and served with distinction including holding the post of Editor of QST Canada for its entire run.

On behalf of Canadian 'Hams' I thank Harry for his service to the hobby and for the loan of his complete collection of QST Canada.

73 de Gordon, VE3CNA

Toronto, Ontario. May 8, 2017

Thanks to Harvey Porter VE3LLO for the loan of the June 1988 inaugural issue of QST Canada.

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