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Zone 2 - who counts and who doesn't

Zone 2 Official Definition: Northeastern Zone of North America: VO2 (Labrador), the portion of VE2 Quebec north of the 50th parallel, and Nunavut Territories east of 102 degrees (Includes the islands of King Christian, King William. Prince of Wales, Somerset, Bathurst, Devon, Ellesmere, Baffin and the Melville and Boothia Peninsulas, excluding Akimiski Island, Bear Islands and East Pen Island in Hudson Bay).

 

Nunavut Territory is Canada is the most difficult to determine as it lies within 3 WAZ Zones.  Click here for a detailed Nunavut map.

 

The following stations are known Zone 2 stations:

    Any VO2 station

    K9AJ/VY0 (2009)

    KD6WW/VY0 (2009)

    VA2ZM - as announced for CQWW SSB

    VC2A (2009)

    VE2/JA8BMK

    VE2CSI

    VE2DXY

    VE2EKA (July 7-12, 2009 and 2011 CQWW CW)

    VE2GSO

    VE2HAY/P (Grid FO60tg, June, 2010)

    VE2IM

    VE2TKH (after 24 October 2010)

    VE2XAA/2 (no operation in 2009, OK in Nov 2010 - now Silent Key)

    VE2XB/VY0

    VE2Z

    VF0X

    VY0HL

    VY0JA

    VY0O

    VY0X

The following stations are in Zone 5:

    CY2ZT/2

    VA2OP

    VA2PW

    VA2RC

    VA2TG

    VA2UP

    VA2WA

    VC2A (2010)

    VC2VQ

    VE2008Q

    VE2BCH

    VE2DC

    VE2DX

    VE2EZD

    VE2FBD

    VE2FDJ

    VE2FK

    VE2FU

    VE2FXL

    VE2IDX

    VE2PDS

    VE2PID

    VE2PZ

    VE2TZT

    VE2XAA

    VY2/K6AAX

    VY2ZM

    XM2I

    XO0ICE/2

The following stations are in Zone 4:

    VY0A (April 1-3, 2009 - Fox Island)

    VY0PW

    VY0V (March 29-April 1, 2010 - East Pen Island)

The following stations are in Zone 1:

    CK8G

    VE2XAA PORTABLE NA-006

    VE8EV