After reading the material in this section, if you conclude our current national organization has demonstrated limited interest in transforming itself, you would not be alone.
And while much of this material has already been distributed across Canada, the national organization's leadership remains to this day strangely silent and intransigent about cultural transformation, despite commitments made at the annual general meeting in Halifax in August 2010, subsequent issues of TCA magazine and in the organization's website.
And after the special leadership group planning session at the end of October 2010 in Ottawa, no transformation activity is underway. Worse - virtually no information is being disseminated - to current or potential members - despite promises to transform.
No Canadian amateur expects its national organization to behave with a barely-get-by attitude! Most of us want our national organization to thrive in abundance with an overflowing future.
The apparent lack of interest is shocking and frankly difficult to understand, and many Canadian amateurs are worried about the future of its only national amateur radio organization - and the future of amateur radio in general. If you are one of those people, this website is for you.
It has been said when things seem difficult, it’s easy to slip into survival mode, and when times get tough, it’s tempting to just hunker down and settle where you are. The problem is if you’re not careful, you’ll develop a survival mentality which will keep you from growing and progressing and you’ll be happy to just break even.
Our national amateur radio organization isn’t supposed to just break even. Canadian amateurs expect it to break through to a new level.
Canadian amateurs expect it and deserve it!
Please take the time to read all the articles in the sub-menu on the left.