Communications Plans (PDF)


Emergency Management BC - PECC

Vancouver Island Region (Victoria)

Central Region (Kamloops) Awaiting update


CRD Headquarters - VE7CRD

Juan de Fuca - VA7JDF

Salt Spring Island - VA7SSI

Southern Gulf Islands - VA7SGI

Southern Gulf Islands - VE7GIM


Central Saanich - VE7CSP

Colwood - VE7CWD

Esquimalt - VE7EEP

Esquimalt - VE7EEM

Highlands - VE7HEP

Langford - VE7LEV Updated April 5 2016

Langford - VE7LFD Updated April 5 2016

Langford - VE7LEP Updated April 5 2016

Langford - VE7LFR Updated April 5 2016

Metchosin - VE7MEP

North Saanich - VE7NSP

Oak Bay - VE7OEP Updated May 15 2016

Oak Bay - VA7OEP Updated May 15 2016

Saanich - VE7SEP

Sidney - VE7SDP

Sooke - VE7SOK Updated March 28 2016

Sooke - VA7SOK Updated March 28 2016

Victoria - VE7VOP

View Royal - VE7VRO

No single emergency communications system can solve all problems.

A emergency communications plan will utilize existing infrastructure and capability and identify paths that are both redundant and parallel.

Amateur radio, has the ability to offer a diversity of paths in voice and data.

This allows trained operators to choose the best path to get the emergency message through.

The value of amateur radio is not just in the equipment or infrastructure that we can provide, but in the ability of an operator, using all of his/her skills in the right place and the right time to make a difference.