You’re not just a volunteer.
An under-funded SAR system might be difficult to detect, how do we tell when we don’t have enough resources to do things right?
A tale of an emergency responder, a vandalized car and being attacked by a mentally unstable person wielding an axe.
Following up on a series of posts on how to measure the error in a GPS, I’ve written a simple too that will let you calculate the precision of any GPS unit.
A link to my article in the Canadian Avalanche Association’s publication, The Avalanche Journal
Media reporting on the federal government’s tax break for SAR volunteers as an incentive misses the boat; it’s recognition of service, and not a motivation.
The federal government of Canada introduced a tax credit for SAR volunteers. Full text of the section, and a link to the budget document.
Who is paying for SAR in BC? Where does the money come from & where does it go? What does it mean that SAR funding is not stable, & how do we fix it?
A demonstration of the attenuation of of the signal of an avalanche transceiver by an order of magnitude when wrapped in foil; how this affects you.
In memory of Tim Jones