CLARS
Cold Lake Amateur Radio Society

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RAC
Radio Amateurs of Canada

ARES
Amateur Radio Emergency Service

ARRL
American Radio Relay League

FEMA
Federal Emergency Management Agency

AEMA
Alberta Emergency Management Agency

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Welcome to the Cold Lake Amateur Radio Society!

Amateur radio is also known as HAM radio.
HAM radio is a dependable communications resource when the normal communications fail due to a disaster of some nature.
HAM radios communicate direct from radio to radio and do not depend on a fragile grid system.





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Why Amateur (HAM) Radio.

View a 20 minute video, on Youtube, about what Amateur (HAM) Radio is about.
Click here - Youtube - Why Amateur Radio

Or you can download the video direct from here.
Why Amateur .Click On Icon to download a 20 minute video about what Amateur (HAM) Radio is about.


About CLARS.

The purposes of the Cold Lake Amateur Radio Society (CLARS), are to:

1. Provide training, a common meeting ground, and appropriate resources for licensed Amateur Radio Operators, and those actively working to become licensed, who are interested in emergency preparedness, as well as relief agencies who support the objectives of the Association.

2. Provide communications during emergency conditions to relief agencies when authorized by such agency.

The CLARS club's primary service area is Northern Eastern Alberta.

We are centered in Cold Lake and service all areas requested by Emergency Agencies.

Membership in CLARS is voluntary and is open to all interested individuals.

This website is currently under construction. Watch for more to come.

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Or Email "info@clares.ca"