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jour 60 days

No. 10:January 1976   -   No. 11:April 1976   -   No. 13:October 1976

 

1976 - Comings-Goings-Transfers-Appointments - Department of Communications (DOC)
 
A Short Stay in Senneterre
 
CTS: forerunner in new era of broadcasting satellites
 
Eight satellites - Canada's satellite heritage
 
Fort Smith students get radio training
 
Mountaintop repeater stations bring TV, radio to valleys (Jack Anderson & Ian Rutherford)
 
Soundings taken at Kenora 'heard' around the world (Michael Power)
 
Get the picture? (Louis Hughes, Roger Squires)
 
Boats make waves at Place Bonaventure (Serge Lefrançois, Claude Auger, Gilbert Paquin, Richard Joubert)
 
New district office in Charlottetown (Bob Ferguson)
 
Regulations to curb radio interference
 
Between friends
 
Chivalry alive, well, living in Toronto
 
A monitoring pioneer recalls the way it was (Edward Davey)
 
When you are second you try harder (Atlantic Region Softball Team)
 

Department of Communications – Pacific Region - Annual Regional Conference - June 23 - 25,  1976