BC Clubs: BCQP 2017 results announced

BCQP 2017 results are announced!

Everyone who submitted a log electronically in BCQP 2017 will have received this message, so I’m sorry if I am duping you in the notification process. Just don’t want to miss anyone. 🙂 Continue reading


BCQP 2017 club reminder: Feb 4 8am to 8pm BC time

BCQP 2017 is coming up in just a few weeks. Please give a gentle reminder to club members so that they can prepare if they haven’t done so already. And SRI if I’m duping you in the mailout. I’d rather dupe you than have you left out of the loop! Continue reading

BCQP 2016 Results


Sorry if I am duping you in the notification process but better to be in the loop than forgotten/ignored.

The official results and the post-event report for BCQP 2016 have been uploaded to the BCQP section of the Orca DXCC website and are now available for viewing and downloading in PDF format. The report includes my thoughts as contest coordinator, the usual number crunching and a summary of results. Continue reading

BCQP Less Then A Week Away


Hello BC amateur radio clubs,

First, I’d like to thank so many of you for spreading the word about BCQP 2015 to club members and helping to keep event profile high. I hope everyone who plans to get on the air remembers that the event is coming up very soon: 1600z Feb 7 to 0400z Feb 8. (8am to 8pm local time, Feb 7)

BCQP has acquired worldwide exposure. Capitalize on this! Call CQ!

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BCQP Promotion

The most important thing to know is the date and time of the 2015 event: February 7, local time, 8am to 8pm (UTC 1600z Feb 7 to 0400z Feb 8).

Rules, tools, helpful hints, in-depth event analysis/reports and scores from past years, examples of the lovely photo-based certificates and plaques… all available for viewing from links on the BCQP page of the Orca DXCC website. Go to Orcadxcc

As always, top scores in every class receive a one-of-a-kind certificate showcasing beautiful BC . It’s a different photo every year and taken especially for the BCQP certificates and plaques. Definitely shack-worthy.

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