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Each year Amateur Radio donates thousands of person-hours of supplementary public service communications during real emergencies, through simulated emergency tests and at events such as parades and marathons. Participation in these kinds of events shows Amateur Radio at its best. It is critically important that RAC bring documentation of this public service work to the attention of Industry Canada and other public officials. The information you provide on the form below will be an important addition to the records.

Community Service Activity Report

Monthly report of ARES community service activities.

  • Please complete this form and the content will automatically be emailed to the Chief Community Services Officer. You will automatically copy the applicable Section Manager based on the ARES Region drop down list

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    Communications Emergency. Amateurs supplied communications required to replace or supplement normal communications means.
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      Please attach photos of Amateurs in action, newspaper clipping or other supporting data.
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