|Canada's National Amateur Radio Society|
|"We're ALL about Amateur Radio!"|
Operation of the RAC QSL Bureau System would not be possible without the commitment and hard work of the QSL Bureau volunteers. RAC, and all those who benefit, salute these dedicated amateurs and extend sincere appreciation for the long hours they devote to this difficult task.
Member societies of the International Radio Union (IARU) operate a world wide system of QSL Bureaus. Radio Amateurs of Canada, as the Canadian member-society, operates a National Incoming Bureau, and sponsors the Incoming Bureaus for the twelve Canadian call areas.
Cards received by the National Incoming Bureau from IARU member societies are sorted and forwarded to the Incoming Bureau in each call area. ALL VE/VA cards are now to be sent directly to the RAC National Incoming Bureau and not to the Outgoing Bureau. Domestic cards sent to the Outgoing Bureau will experience a delay.
National Incoming QSL Bureau
The names and addresses of the Provincial incoming bureaus are given below. Although RAC sponsors the bureaus, all Canadian amateurs may use them.
* These bureaus are transitioning to Method B. Method B is preferred.
Letters A, B, C and D below, indicate the method that each Bureau uses to distribute cards to amateurs in the various call areas.
Send the bureau in your call area a quantity of 5 by 7.5 self addressed envelopes.
On the top left corner of each envelope, print your call sign.
On the top right corner of each envelope, place enough postage to permit the bureau to mail 50 grams of cards.
(see Canadian postal rates). Please note that all bureaus offering Method A now prefer Method B.
Send the bureau in your call area $5.00 and your name, call sign and address.
The bureau will mail you cards, charging the cost of envelopes and postage against the $5.00 credit.
You will be informed when you should send more money.
Send the Bureau in your call area $5.00 and self addressed envelopes.
Do not place postage on the envelopes.
You will be informed when you should send more money or envelopes.
Please note that all bureaus offering Method C now prefer Method B.
Method D: - Credits with labels
Send the Bureau in your call area $5.00 together with a supply of self-addressed adhesive labels with print large enough for use on envelopes.
You will be informed when you should send more money or labels.
|©1995-2015 Radio Amateurs of Canada Inc.||This website is hosted by Radio Amateurs of Canada||Contact the Webmaster|