VHF Logging Road Radios British Columbia

RR Channels - VHF Logging Road Channel List
Radio Channel & Safety Information

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Safety is Key when traveling any resource road across Canada, but especially in provinces with rough terrain, such as British Columbia and bordering areas with Alberta. Logging Roads in British ColmbiaMany of Canada's most trafficed resource roads are in this region.

As a supplier of two way radio equipment and radio repeater systems, we believe that education sourrounding new communications protocols on these roads is very important in order to maintain a satisfactory level of safety.

Recently, the Province of BC, in conjuntions withWorksafeBC and Industry Canada adopted a new set of resource road channels for all users of resource roads across Canada and especially in the Province of BC.  Here is a list of those frequencies. 

Channel Frequency (MHz) Restrictions
LD-1 151.700  
LD-2 151.745 Not to be used within 64 km of the Southern British Columbia border, within 50 km of Ketchikan, Alaska, or within 200 km of Juneau, Alaska.
LD-3 151.790 Not to be used within 20 km of Victoria, British Columbia
LD-4 151.805 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
LD-5 151.850 Not to be used within 85 km of Petersburg, Alaska
Channel Frequency (MHz) Restrictions
RR-01 150.080  
RR-02 150.110  
RR-03 150.140  
RR-04 150.185  
RR-05 150.200  
RR-06 150.245  
RR-07 150.260  
RR-08 150.320  
RR-09 150.365  
RR-10 150.410  
RR-11 150.440  
RR-12 150.500  
RR-13 150.530  
RR-14 150.545  
RR-15 150.560  
RR-16 150.590  
RR-17 150.680  
RR-18 150.710  
RR-19 150.770  
RR-20 150.830 Not to be used within 64 km of Alaska State
RR-21 151.010 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-22 151.130 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-23 151.190 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-24 151.220 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-25 151.310 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-26 151.340 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-27 151.370 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-28 151.430 Not to be used within 64 km of Alaska State 
RR-29 151.460 Not to be used within 64 km of the Southern British Columbia
RR-30 151.490 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States Border
RR-31 151.520 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States Border
RR-32 151.580 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States Border
RR-33 151.610  
RR-34 151.640 Not to be used within 64 km of Washington State
RR-35 151.670 Not to be used within 20 km of Victoria, British Columbia