Nets on the IRG

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

7:30 am
Weather Net

7:30 am
Weather Net
7:30 am
Weather Net
7:30 am
Weather Net
7:30 am
Weather Net
7:30 am
Weather Net
7:30 am
Weather Net

(Weather Net seasonal from November to April, start/end dates vary with weather and flood conditions)

9:00 pm
IRG Net
 

9:00 pm
Tuesday Night
Net

9:00 pm
Miramichi Area
VHF Net
9:00 pm
EMCOMM Net
   

 

Updated March 2018.  Information on each of these nets is shown below.

IRG Net

  • Every Sunday Night at 9:00 pm
  • Net Control Station rotates weekly with:  VE9MTB (Rick); VE1PIN (Bert); VE1VON (Yvon); VE9FCP (Francis); VE1RG (Al) on fifth Sundays
  • At 9:30 pm during the IRG net, taking turns each week:
    • IRG Swapshop with VE1AIN (Paul) - Listen for or list your amateur radio-ralated gear - For Sale,  For Swap or Wanted
    • Don Weeks VE9WB Memorial Report - News related to amateur radio - from VE1AKT (Al).  History of VE9WB

The Tuesday Night Net

  • Tuesday Night Net on the IRG system
  • Net control stations Al VE1RG or Benoit VE9BTB
  • Every Tuesday night at 9:00 pm

Weather Net

  • Every morning at 7:30 am, usually November to April depending on weather and flooding conditions - exact start and end dates will be announced depending on seasonal conditions.
  • Net Control Stations are Rick VE9MTB and Blair KB1UET - gathering your local observations for relay to Environment & Climate Change Canada, River Watch and others
  • Requires no weather station, special training or membership in anything.
  • Resources and tips on reporting your weather to the Weather Net

Miramichi Area VHF Net

  • Every Wednesday Night, 9:00 pm
  • Net control stations Keith VE1KRE or Ron VE1BCQ
  • On Central Zone: (VE1XI Doaktown; VE9MIR Miramichi; VE9SMT Scotch Mountain)

EMCOMM Net

  • Every Thursday night at 9:00 pm (that's 2100 hours for you EMCOMM types!)
  • Net control rotates weekly with: VE9PIN (Bert); VE9BK (J-P);  VE9CEL (Charles); VE9MTB (Rick); VE9SDH (Scott on fifth Thursday)
  • The net is to promote and practice good emergency communications for amateur radio operators, and to test the operation of the repeater system.  It will be a structured net rather than a social net, but all are welcome to listen or participate.
  • View a list of archived past topics, with links where available to more information on the net topic.