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Radio Amateurs of Canada is the national amateur radio organization here in Canada. It has just had its annual general meeting and coming out from this is a call for transformation. Peter of the RAC blog has sent me a link to the important news and I thought I would pass it on, as I know I have a few Canadian readers of my blog.
I am not going to comment here on what I have read, but will think about it and probably send my thoughts and ideas to RAC. Take a look at the proposal and if you want, send your thoughts to either RAC or post them here, it would be good to have an open discussion. If you are not a Canadian please still take a look at the details, as other national organizations may be heading in a similar direction, or have faced similar issues.
If you have thoughts and opinions on what you want from a national amateur radio organization please make a comment.