This weekend is the CQ World-Wide WPX CW Contest!
From the CQ website :
Objective: For amateurs world wide to contact as many amateurs and prefixes as possible during the contest period.
Period of Operation: 48 hours. Single Operator stations may operate 36 of the 48 hours – off times must be a minimum of 60 minutes during which no
QSO is logged. Multi-operator stations may operate the full 48 hours.
Bands: Only the 1.8, 3.5, 7, 14, 21, and 28 MHz bands may be used. Observance of established band plans is strongly encouraged.
Complete rules are available on the CQ website at this link
From the ONTARS website -- Retired submarine HMCS Ojibwa will be on the air June 1st and 2nd 2013 using ssb and cw. I (Kevin VE3RCN) will come onto 3.755 occasionally and then move up to work those ONTARS members who wish a contact...if I can tune the sub's whip to that freq. Call VE3RCN (Royal Canadian Navy). QSL direct or bureau to VE3RCN.
The weekend of June 1st and 2nd is the Museum Ships Weekend. A certificate is available for stations working at least 15 participating ships.
Visit the event website for more information by using this link
NPARC needs a 30A or larger 13.8volt power supply for the NPARC 220 Mhz repeater. If you have a power supply available please contact NPARC President Kevin VA3KGS or John VE3JWH by sending email to president at nparc.on.ca