The Mississauga Amateur Radio Club is located in the City of Mississauga, just to the west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (FN03)
Members of the Club are involved with various public service and emergency preparedness activities. The Mississauga Amateur Radio Club is incorporated as a not-for-profit organization, under the laws of Ontario.
The club meets on the second and fourth Thursday of the each month, September to the end of June, at 7:30pm. Our meetings are at St. Thomas A Becket Anglican Church at 3535 South Common Court, just west of the South Common Mall on Burnhamthorpe Rd. west of Erin Mills Parkway.
Membership in the Mississauga Amateur Radio Club provides a forum for the learning of new skills, the sharing of ideas and experiences with other hams, or just for the fellowship of others who share an interest in amateur radio. Seminars are conducted from time to time on topics of interest.
We feature guest speakers on a wide variety of topics from new equipment to DXpeditions. Some of our own club members present their area of expertise and experiences to the Club. Our monthly newsletter offers a good view of Club happenings or check out our club calendar.
The club operates two repeaters (VHF and UHF) and also operates a fully equipped club station (temporarily out of service) for use of our members. We have a contest group that participates in many of the RAC, CQ, IARU and ARRL contests.
In the fall and winter of each year, the club hosts classes to teach licensing requirements to prospective new hams. See our education page for details.
For membership infomation, see our membership page on how to join.
We are always looking for new and interesting (Ham related) topics for our members. If you have a subject of interest and like to do presentations, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and fill us in. You may also contact one of our executive.You may also write us at:
P.O. Box 2003
Square One Post Office
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C6