Serving the community through Amateur Radio since 1936.

Amateur Radio (ham radio) is a popular hobby and service that brings people,
electronics, and communication together. People use ham radio to talk across town, around the world, or even into space. It's fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need.

MAARC Executive 
Oscar LeBlanc - VE9OSK - PresidentGilles Gaudet - VE9NW - Vice PresidentRoss McCart - VE9GCS - SecretaryGordon Cotton - VE9GC - Treasurer
MAARC Directors
Cam LeBlanc - VE9CAMRodrick Bourque - VE9HV​Mike Caissie - VE9MTV
MAARC Appointments
JP LeBlanc - VE9BK - Media RelationsRodrick Bourque - VE9HV - WebmasterStephen Conrad - VE9SC - Trainer

Find out how you can train for your license and join this exciting hobby!

Already licensed? Consider joining our club! Find out how to join our club here!

You can now pay your yearly membership dues via e-transfer. Find out more here!

Find out how you can add a license plate to your vehicle with your Amateur Radio License.

Monthly Members Meeting & TekTalk
Date: Saturday, May 18thTime: 9:00am Social and 9:30am Meeting Start Location: Riverview Fire Station - Training Room - Pine Glen RoadTekTalk: Current Protection Devices by Gilles Gaudet, VE9NW​​Hope to see you there!
Monthly Members Meeting & TekTalk
Date: Saturday, April 20thTime: 9:00am Social and 9:30am Meeting Start Location: Riverview Fire Station - Training Room - Pine Glen RoadTekTalk: N/A​​Hope to see you there!
Monthly Members Meeting & TekTalk
Date: Saturday, March 16thTime: 9:00am Social and 9:30am Meeting Start Location: Riverview Fire Station - Training Room - Pine Glen RoadTekTalk: Radio Wars during World War 2, Part 2 by Jack VE1AIR.​​Hope to see you there!
Monthly Members Meeting & TekTalk
Date: Saturday, February 17, 2024Time: 9:00am Social and 9:30am Meeting Start Location: Riverview Fire Station - Training Room - Pine Glen RoadTekTalk: DMR and Hotspot demo by Stephen VE9SC and Rod VE9HV.​​Hope to see you there!
RAC Basic Qualification Amateur Radio Course: Winter 2024
Registration is now open for the Winter 2024 RAC Basic Qualification Amateur Radio Course.
Date: The course will be held on Thursdays and Sundays commencing on Sunday, January 21 and ending on Thursday, March 28.Time: Classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 6pm to 9pm Eastern Time and Sunday afternoons 1pm to 4pm Eastern Time. There may also be a handful of additional classes if necessary.Cost: The registration fee for the course is 50$ plus GST/HST. The cost of the Basic Study Guide is extra and an order link will be provided upon completion of payment.

Click here for the complete course details page.
Local Amateur Radio Nets
An amateur radio net, or simply ham net, is an “on-the-air” gathering of amateur radio operators. Most nets are open to all Hams but some may be limited to a specific group for training purposes.  Please listen to the net operator for specific check-in instructions.
For a complete list of Moncton area nets please click here.
MAARC Clubhouse Weekly Meet-up
Time: Wednesdays at 9AM
​An informal meet-up open to anyone who wants to drop by and say hi. Stay as long as you like. Come on in, have some fun and chat with your fellow hams!

​​The Moncton Area Amateur Radio Club was founded in 1966 as a successor to the Moncton Amateur Radio Club formed in 1936.
MAARC, Inc. was incorporated in 1977 under New Brunswick law as a not-for-profit organization.