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Development of Radio Regulations for the Radio Amateur Service (1904 - 1924 ) by Larry Reid, VE7LR

 

July 1919 Issue of Radio Amateur News Magazine   Courtesy of Jacques Hamel, VE2DJQ

 

1920 - Certificate No. 1 of Proficiency In Radiotelegraphy Granted by the Department of the Naval Servic

 

1921 - License No. 167 to use Radiotelegraphy Granted by the Department of the Naval Service

 

1923 - License No. 1 to use Radiotelegraphy Granted by the Dominion of Newfoundland

 

Souvenir of a radio amateur exam at the Montreal district office

 

On the subject of amateur examination by Michael Cresthol

 

Communications on the air - VY9CC (1989)

 

More news about VY9CC (1989)

 

Development of Radio Regulations for the Amateur Service (1990)
 

The Ham Radio Cartoons of the late Stan Hill, VE3DQ  Compiled by John Gilbert, VE3CXL to ensure history will not be lost

 

Field Day 1992 - The Minister On The Air

 

Maurice Drew recalls VE8TU in Alert

 

 

 

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