Radio Amateurs of/du Canada
Canadian Century Club
Century Club Canadien
The Canadian Century Club Award is available to any Amateur who has submitted satisfactory evidence to Radio Amateurs of Canada showing two-way communication with at least 100 different Amateur stations in Canada.
Le diplôme Century Club Canadien peut être attribué à tout radioamateur ayant soumis des preuves suffisantes à RAC démontrant qu’une communication bidirectionelle a été établie avec au moins 100 stations amateurs différentes au Canada.
Canadian Century Club Award | Diplôme Century Club Canadien
The Canadian Century Club Award was born from the desire to modernize and update the outdated Trans-Canada Award that had been around for a very long time, a time before Nunavut entered Confederation. There was also a desire to depict the vast geography of Canada and to present a measurable challenge to award chasers all around the world. Out of this came the genesis for this new award.
The Canadian Century Club Award is available to any Amateur who has submitted satisfactory evidence to RAC showing two-way communication with at least 100 different Amateur stations in Canada. Of the 100 contacts, a minimum of 1 contact must be made with a station in each province, and 1 contact must be made with a station in any of the three territories. Of the 100 contacts, no more than 20 can be made with stations from a single province, and no more than 20 contacts can be made with stations located in any of the three territories.
This unique challenge should keep even the most active Amateurs busy for a while as they chase around Canadian operators from every corner of the country.
Once you have completed this form, please fill out the RAC Online Award Application where you can also submit your payment.
Send us a picture with your award --- Envoyez-nous une photo avec votre diplôme
Congratulations to the following Amateurs - Félicitations aux amateurs suivants
|Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club
|Garry V. Hammond
|Barry D. Chandler, MD
|Steven W. Hines