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Canadian amateur licenses by province, state, or territory
  • There are no license records that show "12 WPM (C)" qualifications.
  • The Canadian callsign database is updated daily.

Canadian amateur licenses by province, state, or territory
Province or State Geo
AB - AlbertaCA/6115418925392494131
BC - British ColumbiaCA/7240462358517159593
MB - ManitobaCA/4320757551081258
NB - New BrunswickCA/9156836511491039
NL - Newfoundland/LabradorCA/1616256490777
NS - Nova ScotiaCA/116014212371461685
NT - Northwest TerritoriesCA/831131651
NU - NunavutCA/03119124
ON - OntarioCA/318141113991270613545
PE - Prince Edward IslandCA/2221618521244
QC - QuebecCA/2253059659214389485
SK - SaskatchewanCA/518268722781050
YT - YukonCA/12589133157
NT - Northern TerritoryAU/810001
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If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please use the AE7Q message board. I've spent a considerable amount of time documenting the vanity application process. I've created a message board,where I and others have publicly answered very common questions, so that we don't have to repeatedly answer them, particularly in private communications.
I am not your private vanity application consultant. Private messages (regardless of whether you feel a special reason for your application) on these and associated topics will be ignored, rebuffed, and/or made public.

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