The North Shore Amateur Radio Club has been in existence since shortly after WWII. In fact, some of our founding members worked at Camp X operating the Hydra transmitting station that relayed coded messages back and forth across the Atlantic with our allied partners.

Our members proudly volunteer for community service when called upon and are a valuable asset for many events in the area that require radio communication. As well, classes are held regularly to help people obtain their amateur radio license so that they can join in all the fun activities. If you are looking for a club that supports the community, leads out in special radio events and has a passion for emergency services then the NSARC is for you!

Our monthly club meetings are held at 7:00PM on the third Tuesday of each month between September to May. We meet at White Cliffe Terrace Retirement Residence located at 1460 Highway #2 in Courtice, Ontario. In June and October we meet for our Sermon on the Mount Club BBQ and Corn Roast. We do not have club meetings in July or August.

We welcome all hams to come out to our club meetings and socials!