Welcome to the Website of the Peel Amateur Radio Club!

IMPORTANT TIME CHANGE

Note that our monthly general meetings (first Tuesday of each month) will start at 8:00pm rather than 7:30pm until further notice.


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The PARC Homebrew Group is pleased to announce that our guest presenter for the September meeting will be Pete Juliano N6QW. Pete is a prominent homebrewer and co-host of the Soldersmoke Podcast. Pete co-authored the “Let’s Build Something” article in QRP Quarterly. If you remember, this was a project we undertook a couple of years ago. He has also written articles for the G-QRP journal, SPRAT. Pete will be talking to us about SDR Homebrewing and will present via video conferencing.

As seating is limited, please reserve your spot by sending your request to ve3poa@gmail.com as soon as possible and a confirmation of attendance will be sent to you.

Date: Wednesday, September 18
Location: Berlet Electronics, 1715 Meyerside Dr. Unit 6
Time: 19:30
Pre-Meeting at Kelsey’s Restaurant Dixie & 401 17:00ish


IMPORTANT!!! A 103.5 Hz Tone is REQUIRED to access the club’s 2 m repeater! Don’t forget to save the change in memory on your transceivers (some rigs will forget the change on power down if you don’t save).


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Monthly General Meeting Presentation 2000 Tuesday, October 1, 2019 *

Presentation: The state of Amateur Radio in Canada, and the role Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) plays in working to secure our interests.
Speakers Phil McBride, VA3QR

Phil McBride was licensed in 1994 as VA3KPJ, later obtaining his Morse Code and Advanced endorsements and acquiring his 2-letter callsign, VA3QR. Phil is the Ontario-South Director for Radio Amateurs of Canada, Training Officer for the Canadian Forces Affiliate Radio System, and a member of the Guelph Amateur Radio Club. He was the licensee and sole Canadian member of the 2016 and 2019 DXPeditions to St. Paul Island (CY9C), and in 2017 was a visiting operator at the TM100VIMY station at the Vimy Ridge War Memorial in Vimy, France.

* South Fletcher’s Sportsplex, 500 Ray Lawson Blvd., Brampton, ON L6Y 5B3, Corner of McLaughlin Road and Ray Lawson Blvd.


If you live in the Brampton/Caledon neighborhood and have an interest in Amateur Radio, you’ve come to the right place. You’re sure to find activities of interest to you, and a great bunch of fellow radio enthusiasts.


Joining PARC is Easy

Download our membership form which is in PDF format. After you have printed it out and filled it in, either mail it or, better yet bring it in person to the next meeting!  Membership types and fees can be found on the form.

If you want to get your license, we can help! Why not come on out to one of our meetings and meet the gang? You will be most welcome.

The club meets on the first Tuesday of every month, except for July and August.

Keep in touch here on the website and on the club repeaters.


Join PARC Special Interest Groups on Yahoo Groups

(These links take you to Club-sponsored Yahoo Groups. To have full access you will have to register with Yahoo Groups. All these links open a new Tab)
  • PARC eGroup – This is a Yahoo eGroup for PARC members & friends.
  • Brampton-Caledon ARES – facilitates communications between the Club’s ARES members.
  • PARC Homebrew – a forum to discuss project ideas, homebrew techniques, etc.
  • Pi Guys – a group for folks interested in using the Raspberry pi mini computer.

Feel free to explore this site to discover more about the history of the club, activities, interest groups, and current news.  If you would like to learn more about the club or about amateur radio, please contact us. We would like to hear from you!


RAC 375wh The Peel Amateur Radio Club is affiliated with the Radio Amateurs of Canada and encourages all members to become members of RAC.


bramptoncity_lowres The Peel Amateur Radio Club is a proud supporter of the City of Brampton.


Screen Shot 2015-09-10 at 11.04.48 AM We are also pleased to offer support to the Town of Caledon.


LogoRegionOfPeel We are also a proud supporter of the Region of Peel.


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