Become an RABC Member

To learn how to become an RABC member, please contact our General Manager, David Farnes, at david@rabc-cccr.ra.

Why Join?

Your RABC membership brings you unparalleled influence, insight and clarity around the future of Canada’s radio-frequency spectrum. 

Benefits Include:

  • Knowledge sharing and training opportunities around Canada’s radio-frequency spectrum.
  •  A voice in shaping Canada’s radio communications standards, spectrum management and spectrum policy.
  • A chance for you and your members to participate on the Board’s committees and working groups.
  • Networking opportunities with like-minded technical experts as well as government officials; enjoy member pricing for events.
  • An advantage on your path to market: get notified early of regulatory changes that affect your business.
  • Support for regulatory compliance and your understanding of spectrum allocation.
  • A chance to elevate your profile and brand among government officials and Canada’s radio-frequency experts.
  • Opportunities to develop your business and establish key contacts.

Who We Are

The Sponsor Members, whose representatives make up the Board’s General Council are:

Sponsor Member Contact Point – for RABC matters ONLY, please
Bell Telecom Group
Canadian Association of Broadcasters
Canadian Association of Broadcast Consultants
Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Canadian Electronics and Communications Association
Canadian Satellite and Space Industry Forum
Canadian Telecommunications Association
Canadian Wireless Internet Service Providers
Department of National Defence
Electricity Canada
Global Automakers of Canada
Government of Ontario, Solicitor General, OPP
Model Aeronautics Association of Canada
Radio Amateurs of Canada
Railway Association of Canada
Rogers Wireless
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Some private companies are members of this “association of associations”; they were allowed to join when the Canadian telecommunications industry was deregulated and they were “grandfathered” in the organization because they are, also, groups of companies with some mix of broadcasting, fixed and mobile wireless interests. The Board prefers that only association or large public bodies (RCMP, etc.) join. Individual companies should join one of the member associations and then they may participate in the work of the Board.

Associations wishing to join the RABC should contact the General Manager through this site.