Base de données des indicatifs des radios amateurs canadiens

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Industrie Canada

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La base de données est déjà accessible en ligne et il suffit donc qu'elle soit ajoutée à votre catalogue. Elle peut être consultée par l'entremise de nombreux sites, dont celui ci-dessous, mais l'autorité comme telle est IC.

http://apc-cap.ic.gc.ca/pls/apc_anon_f/query_avail_cs$.startup

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Ministère contacté

User comments

I am an advanced Amateur, call sign VE3BAC, and have been inactive for a few years now and have moved out of Ottawa to Kingston ON. I cannot find any trace of my call sign in your database. My account # on one of the last pieces of mail I received from IC is 49-020065235.
I have joined the Kingston Amateur Radio Club (KARC) and want to become active on the air in portable and mobile 2 Metre activities. Can you confirm that I still exist on IC's books?

Thank you,

Clair

Hi Clair,

Thanks for the comment.

It shows that you are still active on the public database. Please go to the link below and enter your call sign. You can leave the other fields blank. Select ‘Search’ and you will see your call listed with your name and address information. If you click on your call sign, you will see your qualifications.

https://apc-cap.ic.gc.ca/pls/apc_anon/query_amat_cs$.startup

Regards,
Jeremy from the Open Government Team

Would like statistics , number of ham radio licenses in Manitoba, Sask, Alb, and BC currently issued in 2017
thank You

Ve3elz address

I am a licensed amateur radio operator ve7kke.
My father was as well Ronald Parks ve7cvo he past away three years ago on November 10, 2014.
Is it possible to have his call sign ve7kke assigned to me?

I am Ve6ZW, 2168 MADIGAN DR.NE CALGARY T2A4V8.
Could you please, inform me where to go in order to to get a copy of my Ham Radio Operator License ? Thanks.

I would like proof of my first call sign VE4AE in Manitoba maybe 60 years ago. It has been reassigned but I would like proof that I had it to be a licensed ham amateur operator so that I can join the Quarter Century Wireless Association. I need proof that I was licensed at least 25 years ago. Today I have a different active license but it does not go back 25 years to prove I have been a operator for at least that long

i need a new copy of my worn out license , it only has a 9 digit number not 11 how do i get a copy of my license? please reply to [Removed to protect your privacy]

I just passed my test today I'm listed on the ic site but can I use my call before I get my certificate in the mail VA3PMJ

I am re-checking my radio callsign for B.C.

I tried searching my Certificate and my call sign it says it's not valid how do I find out what happened

I would like change my address

Looking for the operator of two-way mobile radio with call sign VA3 XPA, operating in the Arran-Elderslie municipality.

My call sign IS: VE3.ZJT

I would like to update my profile. What part of the Gov page should I refer to to do this...Thanks DMW

I would like to update my address and other personal data

Hello. I am an amateur radio operator with the call sign VA3CPM. However i am now living in new Brunswick. How do i change my call sign to a new Brunswick call sign.

Hi Christopher,
We recommend contacting Innovation, Science, and Economic Development at the following email address: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca
Open Government Team

Is my call sign stll valid VE7DWD ?

Hello, could you please help me out? I would like to know the dates in which my 2 call signs were assigned to me please?
Thank you
Merv Hanchar
VA3MRV VE3MRV

Hi Merv,

I recommend contacting Innovation, Science, and Economic Development at the following email address: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca

Momin, the Open Government team.

I can shed a bit of light on your call sign history
You had both in January 2000
Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_signs_in_Canada) says VA3 prefixes were added in 1995,
so you could not have VA3MRV before then anyway.
The foxhollow.ca time machine database of old calls says you didn't have either as of August 1995
This still leaves a 4 and a half year gap when you may have been issued one or both calls.
There should be an 11 digit "registration number" or certificate number on your certificate of proficiency in radio.
The first four digits are the year you were examined, which is typically the year your certificate was issued.
I hope this helps a bit.
- Mike Kelly, Wednesday volunteer at RAC HQ, rachq at rac (.) ca

I am looking to verify my Grandfathers call sign.
William Makin..I think it was VE3 IAP

Also looking for the call sign of a friends grandfather
Harvey Wice

The 1994 edition of the radio amateur callbook (from archive.org) shows
VE3IAP William H Makin 58 Briggeport Rd. East, Waterloo On...

If you have any info as a starting point for the friend's grandfather, I will take a look to see what I can find out.

Mike Kelly RAC HQ Volunteer, Wednesdays rachq at rac (.) ca

Need list of call letters for Atlantic Canada.

I recommend contacting Innovation, Science, and Economic Development at the following email address: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca

Momin, the Open Government team.

There are two ways to do this, bottom up and top down.
From the top down, go to the downloads tab of the ISED amateur site
http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/025.nsf/eng/h_00004.html
and grab the entire callsign database, then delete all but
VE1 VA1 VE9 VA9 VY2
From the bottom up, go to the amateur and club callsign search section of the same site
https://apc-cap.ic.gc.ca/pls/apc_anon/query_amat_cs$.startup
and enter each of the prefixes above with %%% after the prefix, ie VE1%%%
This, for example will generate a list of all the VE1 call signs currently assigned
Mike Kelly RAC HQ Volunteer Wednesdays, rachq at rac (.) ca

just wondering if VE6OKW is still free

I recommend contacting Innovation, Science, and Economic Development at the following email address: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca

Momin, the Open Government team.

need to look up ham radio calls

Hi Joe, I recommend contacting Innovation, Science, and Economic Development at the following email address: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca

Momin, the Open Government team.

Currently does not work. See result of search below:(search for VA7LG? or VE7LG?)

Not Found

The requested URL /APCXPROD/pls/apc_anon/query_avail_cs$.startup/query_avail_cs$callsign.actionquery was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Do I still have my old call sign

Hi Douglas,

I recommend you email Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada directly to address your question: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca.

Regards,
Momin, Open Government team.

L.A. Stokell

ia am ve6rwn. i have a second residence where i operate an amateur station. can i get a second call sign to use there?

callsign we1-acc never got to use this number yet.i, use my radio mostly to keep in touch with my spouse.i listen in on the repeaters every morning .never got to talk yet .but i will .

I had the call sign VE3GNB, but have not used it for about 5 years. Can I re-instate it?

Ian - The best thing to do would be to email Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada directly to address your question: spectrum.amateur@ic.gc.ca. Please note that I have removed personal information from your posting to protect your privacy.
Best regards,
Karin -the open-ouvert team

This database is mostly personal details, so it would be very difficult to release it under the Open Government Licence

2016-11-24 13:48