The TARC was formed in 1947, and continues to support amateur radio in Central Nova Scotia while providing emergency communication services to Truro and the surrounding communities in times of need.
Supporting amateur radio in Northern Nova Scotia while providing emergency communication services to our community in times of need.
The Club meets monthly (September through June) at the Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) Building on the Pictou Road in Bible Hill on the second Monday of the month. Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings.
The TARC maintains two voice repeaters;
- VE1TRO on 147.210 MHz +
- VE1XK on 146.790 MHz –
The VE1XK repeater also has Yaesu Fusion Digital capabilities, the VE1XK room on WiresX is 28329.
The TARC also hosts the CQ Canada Room at 40678 via an HRI-200 at the club room in Bible Hill.
All amateurs passing by Truro are encouraged to use the repeaters.
The TARC maintains a packet LAN on 145.070 MHz and we have a steadily growing number of amateurs in the area that are using APRS.