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Member societies of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) operate a worldwide system of QSL Bureaus. Radio Amateurs of Canada as the Canadian member-society, operates a National Incoming Bureau.

Cards received from IARU member societies by the RAC National Incoming Bureau are sorted and forwarded to the Incoming Bureau in each call area.

All domestic cards (VA-VE-VY) to Canadian Amateurs should 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. Only cards for destinations outside Canada are to be sent to the Outgoing QSL Bureau. Note: This QSL service is only available to RAC members and RAC Affiliated Clubs as a benefit of RAC membership.

National Incoming QSL Bureau
Ed Spingola, VA3TPV, Manager
PO Box 83, 
Streetsville, ON L5M 1L5 

Provincial Incoming Bureaus

Below is a list of provincial incoming bureaus and the methods that each bureau uses to distribute cards to Amateurs in the various call areas. The letters A, B,C, and D indicate the method used by each bureau.

Note: Method B is preferred as indicated by the asterix (*) in the list below.

Call signName of BureauMethod
VE0/VE1Brit Fader Memorial QSL  Bureau
Sponsored by: Halifax Amateur Radio Club
Roger Stein, VA1RST, Manager
12 Canary Crescent
Halifax, NS, B3M 1R1
(902) 403-3738
Email:
Website: http://www.halifax-arc.org/pages/qsl-bureau.html
B
VA2/VE2Bureau entrant VA2/VE2
Jacques Dubé, VE2QK, Gérant
897 rue St-Pierre, apt. 104
Trois-Rivières, QC G9A 4W5
Email: 
A, B*
VA3/VE3VA3/VE3 Incoming Bureau
Michael Brickell, VE3TKI, Manager
PO Box 46,
Streetsville, ON L5M 2B7
Email:
Website: https://ve3qcb.ca/
B
VA4/VE4VA4/VE4 Incoming Bureau
Harm Hazeu, VE4HAZ, Manager
7 Asley Cove,
Winnipeg, MB R2G 2Z3
Email:
B*, C
VA5/VE5VA5/VE5 Incoming Bureau
Todd Bendtsen VE5MX, Manager
616 Moffet Drive
Weyburn, SK S4H 2M7
306-842-2725
Email:
B
VA6/VE6VA6/VE6 Incoming Bureau
Jerry Spring, VE6TL
206 Hampstead Place NW
Calgary, AB T3A 5J2
Email: 
Website: http://buro.ve6hams.com
B
VA7/VE7VA7/VE7 Incoming Bureau
Ken Clarke, VE7BC,
PO Box 1109
100 Mile House, BC V0K 2E0
Email:
B
VE8/VY0VE8/VY0 Incoming Bureau
John Boudreau, VE8EV, Manager
PO Box 3099
Inuvik, NT  X0E 0T0
Email:
A, B*
VE9VE9 QSL Bureau
Rino Deschenes, VE9VIC, Manager
205 Route 265
Kedgwick River, NB E8B 1R2
Email:
B
VOVO Incoming Bureau
Bill Kirby, VO1BB, Manager
60 McNiven Place
St. John’s NL A1A 4X1
Email: 
B*, C
VY1VY1 Incoming Bureau
Allen Wootton, VY1KX, Manager
Box 21217
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 6R8
Email:
A, B*
VY2VY2 Incoming Bureau
Douglas Silliker, VY2DS
1072 Barbara Weit Road
Summerside PE
C1N 4J8
A, B

Method A: Envelopes

Send the bureau in your call area a quantity of 5 x 7 1/2″ self-addressed envelopes. At the top left corner of each envelope, print your call sign. On the top right corner of each envelope, place enough postage for the bureau to mail 50 grams of cards (see Canada Post rates). Please note: all bureaus offering Method A now prefer to use Method B.

Method B: Credit

Send the bureau in your call area $5.00 and your name, call sign and address. The bureau will mail you cards, applying the cost of envelopes and postage against your $5.00 credit. You will be informed when you need to send more money.

Method C: Credit with Envelopes

Send the bureau in your call area $5.00 and self-addressed envelopes. Do not place postage on the envelopes. You will be advised when you need to send more money or more self-addressed envelopes. Please note: all bureaus offering Method C now prefer to use Method B.

Method D: Credit 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 need to send more money or labels.