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Re: Canadians: Station License or not?

Originally Posted by Ritchard View Post
Respectfully, you appear to be contradicting yourself. Your message above quotes the regs that say that if you operate only in Sovereign Canadian waters your ROC is equivalent. If you go to the US, you are not operating in those Cdn waters, and therefore require a station license.
I was answering a specific question about ROC(M)s.

Your Canadian ROC(M) is sufficient as an operator certificate. You do not require, nor is there an international operator's certificate. The Canadian station license is required in in international waters and your need an ROC(M) is get one.

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