British Columbia QSO Party February 6-7, 2021

2021 final list of received logs

The Feb. 22 log submission deadline for the BC QSO Party has passed. Check to see if your log is on the list of logs received.

Check the BCQP Rules for reporting

View final list of logs received

A total of 20 hours: 1600z Saturday, Feb. 6 to 0359z on Sunday, Feb. 7, and 1600z to 2359z on Sunday, Feb. 7.

Objectives:

Stations outside British Columbia, make as many contacts as you can with VE7/VA7 stations. British Columbia stations, make as many contacts as you can with other stations in the province as well as the rest of Canada, into the United States and beyond. Special notes:

Multi-op category separated into multi-multi and multi-single -- A rule adjustment is introduced for BCQP 2021 that splits the current multi-op category into multi-single (multiple operators, single transmitter) and multi-multi (multiple operators, multiple transmitters). Operators in multi-op categories are asked to follow public health orders issued in their respective area and to include as part of the log submission that locally applicable guidelines on group size and social (physical) distancing were followed. For information see the Classes section of the rules page Original-photo certificates for top scores in all classes, BC and outside BC (state/province/DX). Plaques in 10 sponsored categories. The BCQP is fully supported by N1MM contest logging software, N3FJP state QSO party logging program, and CQ/X GPS-enabled software for mobile contesting. The BCQP is one of the approved parties in the State QSO Party Challenge. See the Rules for contest exchange, tools and updates. Questions?

Email the contest coordinator, Rebecca VA7BEC at va7bec@rac.ca.

Join Orca DXCC in BCQP 2021.

Helpful hints for BC stations

BCQP 2021 Weekend -- schedule of BCQP and other overlapping events (PDF)


For info about submitting your log, check the rules page | Frequently asked questions
View the final report for BCQP 2020

2020 BC Results | 2020 W/VE/DX Results

Previous Results of the BC QSO Party

2019 Post-Contest Report (PDF) | 2019 BC Results (PDF) | 2019 W/VE/DX Results (PDF)
View all BCQP Results and Contest Reports

Join the State QSO Party Challenge
The annual State QSO Party Challenge recognizes all radio amateurs' participation in the US state and Canadian provincial QSO parties. It is open to any participant in any of the approved State QSO Parties (SQPs) -- including the BCQP! Simply submit your scores to 3830Scores.com to be included in the Challenge.

Read more about the State QSO Party Challenge