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RAC Canada Winter Contest 2023 Results | RAC Canada Day Contest 2024 Rules (English and French)

RAC Canada Winter Contest 2023 Results

RAC Canada Day Contest 2024 Rules

Règlement du Concours RAC de la fête du Canada 2024

Cabrillo specification document: Updated

RAC Cabrillo V3.4 (posted February 1/24)

RAC Canada Day and Canada Winter Contest updates:

RAC Canada Winter Contest 2023 Rules (to be updated)

RAC Canada Winter Contest 2023 logs received January 18, 2024: PDF (click here)

This listing includes logs received (1175 records included) by uploads to the RAC Web Log Submission webpage or via email to .

Entry call sign and entry category are noted based on early review of claimed category as well as log contents. Paper logs have yet to be received or evaluated.

Please forward any questions to

RAC Canada Day Contest 2023 Results

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Thank you for participating! Don’t forget the RAC Canada Winter Contest is coming up soon! It will be held on December 30.

Updated December 20, 2023

RAC Contest Managers:
Bart Ritchie, VE5CPU and Sam Ferris, VE5SF

The RAC Contest Management Team is pleased to present an updated version of  the RAC Canada Day Contest 2023 Results in the following pages.

We would like to acknowledge a couple of errors in the results.  

  • In the listing for Multi-Operator Multi Transmitter Any Authorized Power Level the call sign for VE6TL was incorrectly listed as VE6RL as was the same error in the operators list.
  • We were advised by Rob Noakes, VE3PCP, that there was an issue with the original scoring of his CJ3YLR entry. After reviewing we noted some formatting issues that were not identified which caused the incorrect scoring.  We have corrected his result in the Multi Operator Single Transmitter High Power (MOSTHP) updating his score to 17, 366.

It was certainly nice to see the solar cycle continue on its upswing, leading to better conditions on 10 and 15 metres for the RAC Canada Day Contest 2023. With improved solar conditions and a weekend Canada Day event there was a record 835 logs submitted – a 12% increase over last year’s record performance.

With a total of 108,225 QSOs logged, it was not only the best entry turnout but the highest number of logged QSOs we have ever recorded! Three new records were established this year with all of them in the new assisted categories. Please see inside for all of the details.

Thank you for participating in the contest! We would also like to thank all of our great sponsors for continuing to support the contest and Amateur Radio in Canada  and internationally!

Don’t forget the RAC Canada Winter Contest is on December 30. See you on the bands!

RAC Canada Day Contest Manager:
Bart Ritchie, VE5CPU –

RAC Canada Winter Contest Manager:
Sam Ferris, VE5SF –

Click here: RAC Canada Winter Contest Rules: English and French