I am interested in becoming an amateur radio operator. Call signs in Canada are three, four or five letters long not including the "—FM", "TV" or "—DT" suffix and are assigned to a variety of broadcasters. And if those persons happen to be the trustee of a Club station, they could very easily amass four or five different Canadian call signs very quickly. The two I mentioned above still have them, at least one 'club' call, and even upgraded to vanity calls for the 'club' stations. Feedback about the Open Government web site.
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AE status is given by Industry Canada for three years. Plenty of Advanced operators probably the majority have 2x3's, and it's all good. What is the procedure after an Amateur has died? And, as I said, although it's no longer necessary for Amateurs to renew their Certificates of Proficiency annually, they are still required to inform Industry Canada within 30 days of any change in their mailing address. I cannot find any trace of my call sign in your database.
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Available Call Sign Search | Radio Operator Certificates | Industry Canada
Typically, for national or regional observances licensed amateurs add their suffix to the assigned special event prefix as per the following explanation. Regards, Momin Open Government. AB2T It's important to remember that the old American callsign assignment rules still apply in Canada. Industry Canada lists five 5 call signs with VY9 prefix issued to individuals related to that government department.