Vancouver Emergency Community Telecommunications Organization (VECTOR) is the
City of Vancouver's amateur radio program. In close partnership with the city Emergency
Management Office, we plan, build, maintain and operate communications
facilities for disaster and routine community service. Learn more and join us!
Are you interested in helping our community and playing an important role during
major events, emergencies, and disasters? Join VECTOR!
New! Spring Session! Don't have a radio license? We can help you get on the
air through our our highly effective radio training course which includes
an Industry Canada approved examination in a familiar setting. Members also
benefit from other training opportunities, participation in service
opportunities and exercises, and have access to our extensive radio
- Spring Session Amateur Radio Course & License Exam
- VECTOR will hold a spring session of the Amateur Radio Course & License
Exam starting in March 2014. Course dates are being finalized and will be
announced shortly. Please express your interest to reserve a seat by
- 2014 Meeting Schedule
- Regular meetings of the VECTOR membership are held on the
first Wednesday of each month in the E-Comm 911 centre Media Room
(Map). Meeting agendas vary and include presentations by invited
speakers, how-to workshops, training, event planning sessions and other
topics. Meetings start at 19:00 hours sharp. All are welcome.
- VECTOR Weekly Radio Net
- Don't forget to check into the radio net held each Wednesday at 20:00.
Details and frequencies.
- VECTOR 2013 AGM & Elections
- On 4 December a full house attended VECTOR's Annual General Meeting and
elected a board of directors. Congratulations to Gary Webb VA7GMW for his
election as President of the society. Please view 2013 AGM: A Year In
Review for details on the proceedings and to meet your new board of