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CG9 SPECIAL PREFIX is for the 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation and will be in effect until December 31, 2017. While I am using the prefix on digital and confirming on LOTW & EQSL I do not have special cards but confirm prefix used. QSL card is via direct only. All QSL cards received direct go back out next day.

QSL Information:

Direct, E-QSL or LOTW. I prefer LOTW please. Bureau cards are cheerful received but you will NOT receive a card back. It has become too expensive and time consuming to send cards via the bureau.

If you absolutely need my card then please send me a direct QSL. That way I can guarantee you will receive it. If you send it to the bureau you are never going to receive a card back. I prefer LOTW.

I also collect postage stamps (any kind of stamps used or otherwise) and would appreciate stamps from your country. If you want Canadian stamps in return please let me know.

I do not send "special" cards for the special prefixes. I do confirm the prefix I used though.

Call signs or prefixes I have used:

VE3NPP (Ottawa, Mississauga, or Toronto)


VE9NC, VX9NC, CG9NC, CH9NC, CK9NC, XL9NC, XM9NC (1993 - present)

Currently only VC9, VX9, CG9, CK9, and XM9 are available for special prefixes in New Brunswick.


I have been an Ham since 1982. I hold BASIC, ADVANCED, & MORSE CODE certification.

I was first licensed in Ottawa, Ontario as VE3NPP. In 1983 I moved to Toronto, Ontario where I remained until 1990. I then moved to the province of New Brunswick taking the call sign VE1NPP. When the prefix for New Brunswick was changed to VE9 I immediately changed my call sign to VE9NC. I was proudly on the Provincial committee that got it changed to VE9.

I am disabled and I use Amateur Radio as a means of getting out and meeting people.

My station consists of a Kenwood TS2000, Kenwood TS850SAT, a HyGain 4 Element EXP-14 up 48' and a 80/40 inverted V. It's simple, pretty basic, but extremely effective. I am also at about 400 feet above sea level on a hilltop which doesn't hurt.


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